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Publication Date: November 23, 2007
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This Week


AIMING HIGH


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their sights on upcoming
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Give
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blessings

Let's spread
joy and
wealth
this season,
columnist says


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Rubber glove found


in ice cream treat


Beverly Alvarez-Daly/staff photographer
Port Orange resident Wendy Pasquarella pulls out a white rubber glove
she and her husband found inside a Nestle's Crunch Ice Cream Bar.


Port Orange man
'grossed out' after
finding glove in
Nestle's Crunch Bar
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
PORT ORANGE I scream, you
scream, we all scream for ice cream.
This playful children's ditty took
an eerie twist recently when a Port
Orange man tore open a frozen
treat and found a rubber glove
stuck to it.
Finding a glove grasping your


Nestl6's Crunch bar is hardly up
there with say, finding a finger in a
pint of frozen custard, but the yuck
factor is still pretty high, said
Wendy Pasquarella, who purchased
the bar for her husband, Anthony.
"I was kind of grossed out,"
Mr. Pasquarella said.
It all started when Mrs.
Pasquarella recently bought a box
of Nestle Crunch bars at Wal-Mart,
she said.
Having already eaten most of the
bars, Mr. Pasquarella tore open the
paper wrapping on another treat,
but stopped dead in his tracks by


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Erosion seizing land, council told


'My pool is trying
to go into the
creek,' one
homeowner says
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
PORT ORANGE Many
residents in Sleepy Hollow-
get a sinking feeling when
they walk into their back-
yards. That's because their
property is slowly sliding
into a drainage ditch.
"My pool is trying to go
into the creek," said Lynn
Aichler, one of more than 35
residents who appeared
before the City Council last
week to ask officials for
help.
Homeowners say main-
tenance digging by the cit,
eroded the sides of the
ditch, claiming land from
yards.
Warren Pike, the city's
public works director, told
council members that the
situation is bleak.
"It is bad," said Mr. Pike,
who visited the area recent-
ly. "This is a maintenance
nightmare."
John Gregore, president
of Sleepy Hollow Home-
owners Association, said the
problem dates back to 2004,
when the city stopped
maintenance digging after
finding it was causing ero-
sion, he said.
In 2006, city engineers
proposed a permanent


solution of piping 2,600 lin-
ear feet of the ditch, howev-
er the project was never
funded, Mr. Gregore said.
It's still not funded, he
said, but the damage con-
tinues. Fences are falling in,
pool decks are cracking and
pool tiles are coming off, he
told council members.
'All the residents are see-
ing some type of erosion,"
he said.


Runoff from nearby Dun-
lawton Square Shopping
Center also drains into the
creek, exacerbating prob-
lems, he said. "Luckily we
didn't have a real bad hurri-.
cane season or we would
have had some terrific
flooding," Mr. Gregore said.
Installing pipes to perma-
nently fix the problem could
run about $500 per linear
foot, Mr. Pike said.


Mrs. Aichler's husband,
Larry, told council members
that the ditch, initially 8 to
10-feet wide, now measures
up to 20-feet wide in areas.
"I had to move my fence
in approximately three feet,
because it was about to fall,
it was right at the edge of
the embankment," he said.
Total erosion along Mr.
Aichler's backyard is
approximately 1,100 square


Port Orange resident Lynn
Aichler displays how her
pool is cracking due to
erosion caused by mainte-
nance digging of a
drainage ditch behind her
property. Many residents
in the Sleepy Hollow
community say they have
suffered erosion damage.
















Beverly Alvarez-Daly
staff photographer

surface-area feet, he said.
"Which, basically, I'm still
paying property tax on, but
no longer have," Mr. Aichler
said.
Over time, the Aichler's
noticed cracks appearing in
the pool but in August
things took a turn for the
worse, he told council
members.
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Index
Art Notes A12
Business All
Classified B9
Crossword B8
Dining & Entertainment .... B1
Horoscopes Bi
Out & About B1
Police Report ................... A65
Religion News ................... B3
School Notes ............. ...... A3
Sports B6
Travel A10
Viewpoint A6
Week in Review .................. A3


'Sensory' park


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The City of South Daytona has approved the conceptual design of a sensory park to be
located at 755 Olive St. Plans call for a water feature, picnic tables, bike rack, pedestri-
an path and a butterfly garden. The park will include features such as texture, smell,
sound and color to delight the senses, officials say.


Features include
smell, sound
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
SOUTH DAYTONA -
City officials recently
approved the conceptual
design for a unique sen-
sory park that is expected
to be completed by next
summer.
The planned park at 755
Olive St., is part of overall
2-acre project that
includes a retention
pond, officials said.
The city is moving into
Phase 2 of the completed
retention pond which will
divert storm water into
the Stevens Canal, said
Greg Bartholomew, the
city's parks and recre-
ation director.
Plans include a water
feature, restroom, picnic


table, butterfly garden,
bike rack and pedestrian
trail with extensive land-
scaping, he said.
The sensory garden is
designed to allow those
with visual, hearing or
mobility impairments to
enjoy the park, he said.
"It's developed for
handicapped individu-
als," he said.
It will allow people to
use "all the senses they
have available to them"
through sound, fragrance,
texture and color, Mr.
Bartholomew said.
This is a "more formal"
type of park, he said,
designed to encourage
strolling or sitting rather
than skateboarding and
rollerblading.
Plans call for four park-
ing spaces on Olive
Street.
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BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
PORT ORANGE For six
months, a group of Italian-
u Americans laced their shoes
and pounded the pavement
to raise money for breast
cancer research.
The Greater Sons of Italy,
* who meet in Port Orange,
set out to raise $2,500,
something that seemed
impossible at first, said
member Deborah Lanni.
"I was sweating, thinking
we'd never make that," Ms.
Lanni said. "But it just start-
ed happening."
Exceeding her expecta-
tions, the group presented
the American Cancer Soci-
ety with $6,235 last week,
Ms. Lanni said.
"They did an awesome
job," said Jaime Anderson,
American Cancer Society
representative.
The Son's of Italy team


was very competitive and
involved in the fundraiser,
she said.
Since May, 19 members
walked every Saturday, rain
or shine, training for the
American Cancer Society's
Strides for Life fundraiser in
October, Ms. Lanni said.
"We were highly motivat-
ed," she said. "We knew
people who were being test-
ed for cancer and we knew
people who had it."
With 125 members, the
Greater Daytona Sons of
Italy is part of a worldwide
fraternal organization
bringing together people
with a common heritage,
Ms. Lanni said.
More than a social organi-
zation, the group supports
the community through
scholarships awarded to
students from Atlantic High
School, Spruce Creek High
School and Father Lopez
Catholic High School, she


said.
Members appreciate the
fact that money raised goes
toward local needs, she said.
"Money is raised for peo-
ple we might actually know,"
Ms. Lanni said.
The group also funds
research for Cooley's Ane-
mia and other charities, she
said.
"All of us try to make a dif-
ference for our community,"
she said.
With the hard work
behind them, the group cel-
ebrated recently with an
Italian pot-luck dinner at
the Port Orange Adult Cen-
ter, where they meet the
third Wednesday of each
month.
For more information
about the Son's of Italy, call
Deborah Lanni at (386)871-
0627.
Willard@hometownnew-
sol.com


Erosion
From page Al


6 R "We heard a splash in our
pool. We thought the dog
had fallen in. When we
I I i* looked, approximately 12
linear-feet of pool tile had
collapsed and fallen into the
pool," he said.
A pool restoration special-
rch For Your ist told him that there was
not enough ground to sup-
port the pool anymore, he
Ends Here! said.
Speaking after the meet-
ing, another Sleepy Hollow
homeowner, Ans Torking-
ton, said 'when the city
stopped maintaining the
ditch to avoid erosion, it cre-
ated another -problem -


standing water.
"It's so overgrown," she
said, that water no longer
flows, creating a breeding
ground for mosquitoes, rats
and moccasins, she said.
City Manager Ken Parker
told residents the city will do
an engineering study and
look into funding and per-
mitting issues, then return to
the council with recommen-
dations.
Council members -
although supportive of the
homeowners -- fell short of
committing to help until the
matter could be studied.
"We need to get some-


thing done," Councilman
Dennis Kennedy said.
"Somehow or another, we've
got to find the money."
Vice-mayor Mary Martin
expressed concern about
what would happen in the
event of another hurricane
and suggested the city look
into getting emergency
grant funds.
After the meeting, Mr.
Aichler said he was hopeful
that the city would help find
a solution.
"I think they are finally
taking it seriously," he said.
Willard@hometownnew-
sol.com


Park
From page Al


neighbors along Olive
Street," he said, who were
concerned about
increased traffic on the
dead-end street.
Additional parking will
be available in the Holy
Cross Lutheran Church
park lot on Big Tree Road,


he said.
The conceptual plans
for the sensory park will
go out for construction
bids by the end of Janu-
ary, Mr. Bartholomew
said.
Mayor Blaine O'Neal
congratulated Mr.


Bartholomew at last
weeks city council meet-
ing for obtaining Florida
State and Echo grants'that
covered the $400,000 cost
of the park.
Willard@hometown-
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Holiday shopping
showcase slated
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BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
PORT ORANGE Holi-
day shoppers will have a
chance to check off their
gift list while supporting
area children at a shop-
ping showcase next week.
The Business- Woman's
Council, of Port Orange-
South Daytona Chamber
of Commerce will hold a
holiday shopping show-
case, Nov. 28 at the River-
side Pavilion, 3431 Ridge-
wood Ave., Port Orange.
"It's a great opportunity
for one-stop shopping for
an excellent cause," said


Heather Baker, the cham-
ber's program and events
coordinator.
The women's council is
partnering with the Rotary
Club of Port Orange-South
Daytona to raise money for
the Community Partner-
ship for Children.
That organization helps
abused and neglected chil-
dren by providing foster
care, adoption and hous-
ing services in Volusia and
Flagler County, Ms. Baker
said.
Money raised at the
shopping extravaganza
will go toward fulfilling.
"wish list" items for chil-
dren, she said.
Many gifts, products and
services by area business-
women will be available
for purchase at the holiday
event, Ms. Baker said.


Money raise d


at the shopping extravaganza


will go towa d fulfilling "wish list" items for
children. "Its a great opportunity for one-stop
shopping for n excellent cause."

Heather Baker
Port Orange-S uth Daytona Chamber of Commerce
Gift items howcased to women, she said.
will include ary Kay The showcase is not just
products, Premi r Jewelry for women, Ms. Baker said.
and Fashion Saf ri among This is an excellent oppor-
others. tunity for men to shop for
Gift certificate for golf, their loved ones, she said.
dining and othe products With free appetizers and
and services al o will be soda, it's a fun way to "get a
available for pur hase, Ms. jump on holiday shop-
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The Business Woman's For more information
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Strong arm robbery outside library
PORT ORANGE -- Police arrested a man who snatched
a diamond tennis bracelet from a woman outside the
Port Orange library.
William Zale, 19, was arrested Sunday and charged
with robbery by sudden snatching and grand theft.
After leaving the library accompanied by her husband
around 2:30 p.m., the victim, Karin Deyber, said she
noticed a man standing by her car, police said.
As the 65-year-old entered the passenger side of her
car, the man shoved her in the chest and took a 4-carat
diamond tennis bracelet worth $4,000 off her wrist,
police said.
A witness tried, but could not stop Mr. Zale as he ran
away. Mr. Zale was later seen entering a car.
Police contacted the owner of the car, who identified
Mr. Zale, leading to the suspect's arrest at a relative's
home onWexfordWay, police said.
Police could not confirm if the bracelet was recovered.
Mrs. Deyber said she was surprised to be attacked in
broad daylight in a nice area of town, especially with
people around.
"I would have never expected it," she said. "I go to the
library all the time."
Mr. Zale was taken to Volusia County Branch jail. Bail
was set at $6,000.

Domestic dispute leads to standoff
PORT ORANGE A domestic dispute turned
into a two-hour standoff with police last weekend.
Police responded to a domestic violence complaint
on Boggs Ford Road around 5 p.m., Sunday night.
When police tried to talk to Joseph Tuozzo, he
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The Port Orange Emergency Response Team was
called and police evacuated some neighbors,
Cmdr. Girard said.
Mr. Tuozzo appeared to be despondent over the dis-
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After two hours of negotiation, police took Mr. Tuozzo
into custody and transported him to Halifax Hospital
Medical Center, where he was treated under the Baker
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The weapon turned out to be an authentic looking air
soft replica, which fires rubber pellets instead of bullets,
police said.
Police say Mr. Tuozzo will face domestic battery
charges when he is released from the hospital.

Formal charges filed in sex sting
PORT ORANGE -- State Attorney John Tanner's office
has filed formal charges against nine men accused of
committing lewd acts in a mall bathroom.
Port Orange residents Ransom Peterson, 73,
and Douglas Benson, 48, were charged with indecent
exposure, a first-degree misdemeanor, and unnatural
and lascivious act, a second-degree misdemeanor, offi-
cials said.
The rhen were arrested Nov. 1 as part of a sting con-
ducted at the Volusia Mall Sears bathroom by the Day-
tona Beach Police Crime Suppression Team, assisted by
the Volusia County Beach Patrol.
The sting included arrests of former Daytona Beach
city commissioner and mayoral candidate, Mike Shal-
low, and David Behringer, a former teacher at Seabreeze
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revealed a single white rub-
ber glove.
"I was shocked," he said.
"I got a sick feeling,"
added Mrs. Pasquarella.
Mr. Pasquarella said he
couldn't figure out how a
whole glove could be
wrapped around an ice
cream bar and wondered if
it was the work of a
prankster, he said.
"I started thinking, 'what
about all those other bars I
already ate?'" he said after
eating eight of the 10 bars.
Mrs. Pasquarella shud-
dered slightly as she careful-
ly removed the offending
treat from her freezer using
a pair of tongs.
The fingers of the glove.
are sort of puffy, she said, as
though the gloves had been
worn and then peeled off
and carelessly tossed aside.
Mrs. Pasquarella said she
was less than overwhelmed
with ice cream company's
reaction when she called to
report the incident.
They "acted like it was no
big deal," she said.
A Nestle Ice Cream com-
pany representative apolo-
gized, she said, asked her
how much she paid for the
bars and sent her an enve-
lope to return the glove for
inspection. The company
also included a $9.96 check
to cover the purchase cost.
Cofitacted by a reporter,
corporate officials from
Nestle Ice Cream said they
take the complaint serious-
ly, although they are puz-
zled about the white glove.
"I can tell you with com-
plete certainty we don't use
white gloves on the pro-


duction line," said David
Hartley, Nestle Ice Cream
assistant manager of con-
sumer relations.
He doesn't know how the
glove got there, he said, but
this is something the com-
pany takes very seriously.
"We will do a complete
and total investigation of
this," he said.
Mr. Hartley said the com-
pany will check with ven-
dors, such as the provider
of the paper wrapping and
do a complete line check.
The company will share
the results of the investiga-
tion with Mrs. Pasquarella,.
he said.
Mrs. Pasquarella said she
was happy to hear the com-
pany is taking her com-
plaint seriously.
"This really bothered us,"
Mrs. Pasquarella said.
"I'm not that squeamish,"
she said, "but with so much
going on out there..."
Mrs. Pasquarella said she
was referring to the recent
spate of toys from China
found tainted with lead
and toxic drugs.
She said she's not interest-
ed in suing. She just wants
Nestle to investigate the
incident thoroughly, she
said.
It's also a good idea for
others to hear about this in
case the same thing has
happened to them, she said.
Meanwhile, her husband
will have to find another
brand of ice cream bars,
Mrs. Pasquarella said.
"We are not going to buy
them anymore," she said.
Officials from Wal-Mart
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Editor's note: This is a
list of arrests, not convic-
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presumed innocent unless
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court of law.

Port Orange
Police Department
*John Walter Kotila, 51, 425
Bellevue Ave., Port Orange,
was arrested Nov. 11 on
charges of battery. Bail was
set at $5,000.
*James Ellery Evermonde,
37, 5043 Palmetto Ave., Port
Orange, was arrested Nov.
12 on charges of domestic
battery. Bail was set at
$2,000.
*Victor Joseph Ditusa, 20,
4643 Secret River Trail, Port
Orange, was arrested Nov.


14 on charges of violation of
probation for burglary to a
structure. No bail was set.
*Douglas Edward Stroh,
Jr., 28, 5416 Isabelle Ave.,
Port Orange, was arrested
Nov. 14 on charges of grand
theft auto. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Roy Don Eleson, alias Roy
Allison, alias Roy Elleson,
49, 762 Rolling Hills Drive,
Port Orange, was arrested
Nov. 16 on charges of
obtaining a controlled sub-
stance by fraud. Bail was
set at $9,000.
*Jordan Matthew Fike, 18,
136 Brandy Hills Drive, Port
Orange, was arrested Nov.
17 on charges of auto bur-
glary and trafficking in
stolen property. Bail was
set at $7,500.


South Daytona
Police Department
*Robert John Romahn, alias
Robert John Romain, 47,
2317 Brian Ave., South Day-
tona, was arrested Nov. 16
on charges of dealing in
stolen property. Bail was set
at $7,500.

Daytona Beach Shores
Police Department
*Joshua Thomas Norton,
19, 5152 Taylor Road, Port
Orange, was arrested Nov.
14 on charges of tampering
with evidence. Bail was set
at $1,500.
*Adam Stonecypher, 34,
3572 Sugarplum Lane, Port
Orange, was arrested Nov.
15 on charges of violation of


probation for aggravated
assault. No bail was set.
*Ryan Colon, 19, 997 Aston
Lane, Port Orange, was
arrested Nov. 15 on charges
of possession of cocaine.
Bail was-set at $2,500.

Volusia County
Sheriffs Office
*Evan Scott Olson, 19, 6451
Longlake Drive, Port
Orange, was arrested Nov. 9
on charges of burglary to a
structure. Bail was set at
$7,500.
*Darcy Hugh Rose, alias Bill
Hugh Perkins, 38, 117
Orchard Lane, Port Orange,
was arrested Nov. 15 on.
charges of failure to change
address as a sex offender.
Bail was set at $1,500.


Wanted person:
Daniel Michael Rose
Birth date: April 10,
1970
Reason wanted:
aggravated battery
Distinguishing features:
tattoos on his left
shoulder and left arm
Last known address:
Daytona Beach area
Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is
seeking information on
the whereabouts of
Daniel Michael Rose, a
fugitive who's wanted on
an arrest warrant charg-
ing him with aggravated
battery. The warrant
stems from a fight inside
a home on La Paloma
Avenue near Daytona
Beach. Mr.' Rose was
temporarily staying at
the residence at the time
and is accused of stab-
bing his roommate dur-
ing an argument.
The warrant was
issued on Sept. 10 and
calls for Mr. Rose to be
held on $25,000 bond.


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Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

(386) 322-5902
or e-mail volnews@hometownnewsol.com.
Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statements of fact will be checked for
accuracy.


In response to 'City employee concerned with lack
of public support'
I am a Port Orange resident, and I would like that city
employee to know that the security that he or she may have
in their position, if they want public support they should
think about waitresses and people who work at Wal-Mart or
Kmart who get their hours cut back when sales are down.
The people who work for the city don't have to worry
about things like that. Instead of worrying about people
supporting them and trying to get a raise, they should count
their blessings about their benefits and pensions that peo-
ple who work in the service or retail industry don't have.
As a Port Orange taxpayer, it really bugs me when some-
one with that kind of security in their positioii would be
concerned about soliciting public apathy in regard to their
position. They are pretty well off when you think about it.
The article got to me a little bit. They ought to count their
blessings in terms of what they have and stop whining
about what they think they should get or what they should
procure on a public who has been taxed to a point that they
are burdened by what is going on.

In response to 'Separating in vain'
All you have to do is call the city of Port Orange where they
have the recycling outfit. They will give residents an extra
recycling bin. I have two myself.

In response to 'What's to be unhappy about?'

This ranter must be a well-to-do Republican, because I sit
here at home, and I can't even afford cable television. And
the ranter thinks we are happy?
They must be one of the minorities and should count
their blessings.

Resident shocked with lack of respect
I just returned from the Eagles Club where they were hav-
ing a memorial service.
In the middle of the service, it was disrupted by a high
member from the districts who wanted to wash his dirty
laundry. It was inappropriate timing. The family is very
upset; they were grieving for.
I can't believe someone had the audacity to break into a
memorial service. The police were called, and the member
was removed from the building.
If he wanted to air his laundry, he should have done it at
another time.

Insurance companies need to be brought to justice
Since the hurricane season is winding down and we've
had no problems on the beachside, what are these big
insurance companies going to do to the people they ripped
off?
Last year, I got a letter that I owed $600, and when I paid
my policy, I owed another $1,00. I've lived here 55 years and
never filed a claim. Are they going to give us a refund or con-
tinue ripping people off?.
Where are the politicians? Why don't they get on these
guys? They are taking advantage of the working people.

English should be the law of the land
When immigrants come into the United States legally,
they should show that they want to be an American which
means they need to (obey) the laws of the land and also
learn the language, which is English.
If they don't want to learn English and follow our laws,
then they should go back to where they came from because
Americans do not want them here.
With a presidential election coming up everyone needs to
be very careful who they vote for.
I have watched most of the candidates very closely and
there is only one who has been true to his word from the
very beginning. He is Tom Tancredo from Colorado.
He is probably an underdog because he is not as rich as
the other candidates. However, he has not faltered'at all,
especially on immigration. The rest of the candidates have
been for immigration and all of a sudden have changed
their tunes.
This is year (when) a person has to vote for someone (he)
can truly trust regardless of party. We need a president who
is going to secure our borders, keep taxes down, do away
with sanctuary cities by punishing those who want to har-
bor illegal immigrants, punish those who hire illegal immi-
grants and make sure that the laws on immigration are fol-
lowed by all law enforcement officers.
Also, not all Republicans are corrupt and incompetent.
You have the same on the Democratic side, too. Judge the
person not the party.

Clinton can't answer soft questions
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Poor little Hillary Rodham Clinton took a couple of light-
weight jabs from her two novice (opponents), Edwards and
Obama, and the campaign officials have come to her rescue.
Let's paint her as the victim again. It worked before, and
I'm sure she can get the sympathy from the libs and then
they can shed some crocodile tears for her.
She couldn't even answer a no-brainer question. She
floundered, tried to spin a simple question and almost fell
off her fence.
This is the lady who says we have to make a full court press
and use all our diplomatic skills to deal with Iran.
The only problem that is Mr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
(Iranian president) will eat her (for) lunch. All I can say and
all I can hope are the Democrats keep doing these same
things right up to election day.

Choose water boarding, American-made cars
I have two letters.
First, a question to the Democrats: Which is worse water
boarding or chopping a head off?
Second, is this the fallout of folks buying foreign cars,
12,000 workers out of jobs at Chrysler. A big car dealer files
bankruptcy and Ford is having their problems.
I personally think some of the best cars designed and
made are in the United States. This fallout is certainly going
to cost the taxpayers because people do not have allegiance
to the United States and they continue to buy foreign cars.

Motto: Don't bite the hand that feeds you.Com-
ment shows true colors
In response to Mr. Vandergrifft's comment, "I guess dirty
politics pay off sometimes."
He has no one to blame but himself if some newspapers
blocked the public's attention his ethics challenges. With his
ungracious comments, he shows his true character.
It's hard to believe that "dirty politics" would get a record
number of people to the polls.
Face it, Mr. Vandergrifft, the public has spoken. You're out.

Wetlands for concrete is not responsible
Who gave permission for the destruction of wetlands on
Callalisa Creek?
It seems that none in New Smyrna Beach even knew it was
happening, and all of a sudden, we are faced with an enor-
mous development (next to Marker 33 on South Peninsula
Avenue) that is on 53 percent wetlands!
How is it possible that such destruction was approved?
Why are our wetlands and mangroves being destroyed for
yet another condo development?
House sales are frozen in Florida. We have too many con-
dos as it is, and yet, here we are, destroying wetlands to put
up more concrete block.
Wetland mitigation by developers is a joke. They destroy
wetlands in New Smyrna Beach and plant trees somewhere
else, supposedly to make up for it, and this is legal.
Let's stop this development now! We have to preserve our
wetlands and mangroves and develop New Smyrna Beach
sensibly without ruining the beauty of our town.

A rude experience keeps residents away
We have made several visits to the Volusia County Court-
house on Riverside Drive in New Smyrna Beach in the last
year and a half. We commend the administrative staff for
their courtesy and good humor. They take our money for
automobile citations and copies of marriage licenses effi-
ciently and pleasantly.
However, to get to county staff, you must pass at least two
uniformed guards for screening (Why are we paying for
two?). We are all used to this, unfortunately, but the men
who have been on duty the three times my husband and I
had business in the courthouse are the most unpleasant
public servants I have ever met. They never smile; they
respond to standard greetings with scowls. They seem
overzealous.
My husband, who is in his 70s, had to go through the
screening three times before he was cleared. He had to take
off his belt and his wristwatch! Is this really necessary to


protect us?
We accept the need for screening in public buildings.
However, most people entering the building have legitimate
business there and are not planning any violence. Would it
be possible for the guards to smile at the people who have to
go through this humiliating search? Can they adjust the
metal detector so it doesn't squeal when someone is wear-
ing a wristwatch? Perhaps even wish us a pleasant day?
Now we avoid going to the courthouse for anything. We
conduct all business by mail and telephone. It shouldn't be
this way!

In response to 'Reader fighting for what he
believes in'
I agree with the writer that the New Smyrna Beach High
School's Athletic Department appears to have taken the
easy way out by not standing up and backing their coach
(former head football coach Howie DeCristafaro.
As a long time local resident and a parent with children
involved in competitive team sports in the New Smyrna
Beach area, I have grown more dismayed year after year at
the declining quality of sports programs at New Smyrna
Beach High School. I just read in the paper again today
"Pine Ridge Wollops NSB," which sadly seems to be a com-
mon headline for the majority of our high school's team
sports.
In addition, many of our students opt to attend other high
schools for better sports programs. This is not the fault of
the children, the parents or the community. The accounta-
bility starts at the top with Dr. Kelly and the. current athletic
director. Somebody needs to ask why can't NSBHS keep
good coaches? WHY don't we have winning teams?
The newspaper is full of advertisements from great local
businesses financially supporting and encouraging the
teams. Parents in this community are very involved in youth
athletics. In fact, Pop Warner and PAL teams have won
regional titles and have built great programs. We're feeding
some very talented athletes into the high school, so what's
wrong with the high school athletic program?
NSBHS needs to step up to the plate and hire and nurture
excellent coaches for our children. Look around you, other
local high schools, even the private ones, do.
Come on, NSBHS, let's upgrade our athletic department
and bring it to the 21st century. We have a beautiful new
school. Figure out the problem with our high school team
sports programs and fix it!

Seeing the end
To the person who wrote that President Bush is alive and
well in New Smyrna Beach: How can you support someone
who is spending billions of dollars on a so-called war that we
will never win?
This country is in a mess, and the debt 'grows every day.
What about the bill he vetoed on health care for our chil-
dren?
He has the whole world mad at us. Thank God his term is
up, otherwise, we would be fighting in Iran and Pakistan.

Further information about God,'
mottos, and the pledge

To the letter, "U.S. Constitution doesn't mention God,"
your editor added: a note, which is factually correct but
incomplete.
The editor's information about the history of the Pledge of
Allegiance should have included the fact that the pledge did
not include "under God" until June 14, 1954, when President
Eisenhower signed into law the current version.
The pledge's author, Mr. Bellamy, intended for it to be a
patriotic statement only and not a religious one.
The other thing that the editor should have included is
that our country's motto from the time of our Founding
Fathers until July 30, 1956, was "E Pluribus Unum," which
means "Out of Many One."
On that date, President Eisenhower signed into law the
current motto, "In God We Trust."

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Police say beware of holiday scams,


billboard helps criminals get caught
H i, Hometown News Behringer, who has since company has donated
r e a d e r s resigned. The men face space on two electronic
I hope you're enjoy- charges of unnatural and billboards in the Ormond
ing a long holiday weekend J lascivious acts and inde- Beach area to Crime
after Thanksgiving with cent exposure. Those are Stoppers. Folks who drive
friends and family. Now, the first- and second-degree busy U.S. 1 or Nova Road
real rush is on! ,... misdemeanors that could can't miss the message
Just days before Thanks- -..*. lead to jail time. signs with the face of a
giving, a family in Oak Hill 'Port Orange police wanted criminal looming
barely escaped their '" arrested an 18-year-old over them.
burning home when fire who they said broke into The first suspect who
spread from a backroom, two cars making off with went up in lights, so to
through the entire house. thousands of dollars worth speak, was arrested in less
What is really disturbing is of personal property. One than two weeks, when a
that investigators said the C ,, of the victims had stored citizen recognized him and
fire was deliberately set. CLAIRE METZ athletic equipment in his told sheriff's deputies
Ethel Wood, her son, WESH-TV News vehicle belonging to the exactly where to find him.
Bobby, Bobby's daughter, bureau chief baseball team at Bethune- A second suspect recently
Cassidy, and Cassidy's 6- Cookman University featured, Sean Jones, 19,
month-old baby were needs to be off the streets. valued in excess of $5,000. also is in custody, accused
asleep when the family dog He may be driving a silver Police said when they of attempted murder.
alerted them to danger. The 1989 Toyota Camry station caught up with Jordan Fike, Callers with information
dog, Kesia, did not survive wagon. he had already sold some that lead to an arrest are
the blaze, but she was Tis' the season for scams, of the stolen property, but eligible for up to $1,000 in
barking and throwing so don't be fooled! That's they recovered the rest of it reward money.
herself against a door, the message from Ormond and the cash from the sale. The Sheriff's Office has
which is what woke Ethel Beach police who are New Smyrna Beach set up a separate reward
up. When she peeked out, hearing from citizens about police believe the same fund for information on
Ethel saw the back of the rip-offs over the Internet, woman has hit two phar- home invasions. The
house engulfed in flames the telephone and through macies in recent days, county council agreed to
and barely had time to the mail. making off with prescrip- let the department use
wake her family. In one recent scam, a tion medications. She was $11,000 in forfeiture funds
Cassidy's infant daughter, citizen who applied for a seen on surveillance video as incentive to curb the
Nevaeh, heaven spelled job over the Internet was wearing a hat to hide her growing problem with
backward, is truly a miracle told to cash a check sent to face, but police said she is home invasions. The
baby. Born weighing just her, take 10 percent and probably in her early 20s Sheriff's Office will use
over 1 pound, Nevaeh is send the rest back. She and has a lip ring. $10,000 for the rewards and
still on oxygen. Had fire didn't fall for it, but the The suspect hit a CVS on $1,000 to print and distrib-
reached her room, it would check would have been Third Avenue and a ute reward notices.
have been devastating, worthless, and she would Walgreen's on State Road A tourist caught in a rip
The family can't imagine have been out the money 44. The woman passed current off Daytona Beach
who would deliberately put Other swindles the city is threatening notes demand- Shores has died. David
them in harm's way, but getting reports about ask ing oxycotin. They believe Kitner, 64, of Colorado, was
investigators with the State for money up front in she has used two different visiting his son when the
Fire Marshal's Office said return for a large windfall, vehicles in the robberies, two went swimming Nov.
the burn patterns at the The old adage "If it sounds One is a gold sedan and the 13. The older man was
scene indicate an inten- too good to be true, it other is a white 1990s pulled out in the rip
tional act. The family is probably is" is something model Dodge cargo van. current. His son and
getting help from relatives to remember during the A 21-year-old New several bystanders strug-
and friends along with the holidays. Smyrna Beach man is gled to help him, and they,
Red Cross. The State Attorney's under arrest after police too, were soon exhausted.
Daytona Beach police Office has filed charges said he forced a 16-year-old Mr. Kitner was rushed to
continue to ask for help to against nine men caught in to perform sex acts. Justin the hospital, but remained
get a killer off the streets. a sex sting in aVolusia Bud Stanley is charged with on life support for days
Police are looking for County mall bathroom. sexual battery and aggra- before his family let him go.
Robert Tariq Hargrow, 23, Police and undercover vated assault. Police said A shocker occurred in
who they said shot and officers with the Volusia Mr. Stanley gave the Port Orange last week
killed Germine Harrell, 25, County Beach Patrol said teenager alcohol then when the morning wake-
at Mr. Harrell's home on the men were engaged in forced him to perform a sex up call in the Waters Edge
Live Oak off of U.S. 1. sex acts in the second-floor act. When the teen tried to subdivision was a hot air
Mr. Harrell was shot once bathroom of a Sears store leave, police said Mr. balloon that made an
inside the house and twice at the Volusia Mall early Stanley warned him not to unexpected landing. The
when he stumbled outside this month. tell anyone, choked the 16- three men aboard were not
in front of other family Among those caught in year-old and threatened hurt, but they missed a
members and neighbors. the sting were former him with a pocketknife. landing spot and instead
The two apparently had Daytona Beach city Law enforcement is came down on Ferri Circle
been arguing when the councilman and mayoral getting some much-needed taking out a few mailboxes
suspect pulled out a gun. candidate Mike Shallow help in the crime fight from on the street. Apparently,
Police called the suspect a and Seabreeze High School Volusia County-based an errant wind took the
cold-blooded killer who health teacher David :Lamar Advertising. The three off course.:


Rants & Raves
From page A8

Americans victimized by Chinese products
Americans should know by now that they are victims of
Chinese products.
Poisoned pet food, fish in our markets, birds' feathers and
lead-contaminated toys were sold by the big stores because
everything is cheaper from China.
How can we protect our children, our pets and ourselves
when everything is from China?
Peacocks, colorful parrots and emus are being subjected
to cruel methods of feather removal in China. The feathers
are in our big stores sold as Christmas ornaments and deco-
rations.
There's a definite lack of compassion by the companies
that deal with China.
We can only be free of Chinese products if we stop buying
anything marked Made in China.

President, vice president not to blame
(At) a recent press conference when the president of
France, Nicolas Sarkozy, was visiting the United States and
was talking to President Bush, a reporter asked President
Bush if his tough rhetoric toward Iran's nuclear escalation
was causing a rise (in the price of) crude oil.
President Bush answered that it had to do with supply and
demand. The world is consuming more than it can refine.
Hint, hint, Democrats. Do you get it?
Drill in Anwar (Province)? Build another refinery? It takes
a lot of time to build one.
I suppose the mainstream media outlets send out their
novice reporters just so they can have representation in the
crowd and then give them a stupid question to ask.
Now, Sen. (Dennis) Kucinich, a Democrat, wants to
impeach Vice President (Dick) Cheney because he manipu-
lated intelligence to send us to war in Iraq.
If Sen. Kucinich is correct, then maybe we should go
ahead and impeach (Bill) Clinton for time after time putting
our country at risk when the terrorists were hitting every-
where, including the first bombing of the World Trade Cen-
ter.

Educate your children
about roadway behavior
This is meant for the parents or guardian of children.
You spend thousands of dollars every year to insure you
car. You spend hundreds of dollars a year for oil changes on
your car to protect your engine. You spend thousands on
homeowner's insurance to protect your home.
Why don't you spend a little time and educate your chil-
dren about the proper way to walk on the sidewalk or in the
street, if need be, and be aware of what's going on around
them?
Once again, I almost witnessed a tragedy in front of my
home. Don't keep blaming other.people. Don't blame the
police department. Don't put the blame on it being too dark
out. Spend a little time to educate your children. It wouldn't
hurt.

Cruise dining not as stringent
I love the article in the Hometown News travel section
about cruising on the ocean.
. One thing I think that should be added is that most cruise
lines these days have what they call free-style dining in all of
the restaurants where you just come and go as you please.
The days of assigned dining at the early 6 p.m. or the late
8:30 p.m. seatings are pretty much over.
I think the travel section should let people know that, and
not discourage those who want to eat whenever they please,
rather than at an assigned time.


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it arrived in 2003.
The incredible 138,000-
ton voyager class beauty will
be leaving us in January
2009.
Royal Caribbean's The
Mariner of the Seas will sail
from Port Canaveral on a
wondrous 46-night journey
around the horn to its new
port in Los Angeles. The
cruise will consist of three
segments offering 15- and
16-night itineraries along
the way. You can choose to
sail on one, two, or all three
segments. There are 16
ports of call on this itiner-
ary.
This magnificent journey
begins Jan. 4, 2009, and sails
to the eastern Caribbean
with stops at CocoCay,
Bahamas (Royal
Caribbean's Private Island),
Philipsburg, St. Maarten,
Basseterre, St. Kitts, and
Bridgetown, Barbados
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ship will make a stop in
Salvador De Bahia, Brazil,
before the first segment
ends Jan. 18 in Rio De
Janeiro, Brazil.
If you choose to stay
aboard, you will depart Jan.
19 from Rio for another 15-
night cruise visiting Monte-
video, Uraguay, Buenos
Aires, Argentina (overnight
in port), Cape Horn, Chile,
Ushuaia, Argentina before
cruising through the Strait
of Magellan and the Chilean
Fjords as you make your
way toValparaiso, Chile, on
the Pacific Ocean where this
segment ends Feb. 2.
The final segment will sail
Feb. 3 for 16 nights from
Valparaiso to Arica, Chile,
Callao (Lima), Peru, Puerto
Caldera, Costa Rica, Acapul-
co, Mexico and Cabo San
Lucas, Mexico, before
arriving at the final destina-
tion and the Mariner's new
home in California.
You may choose to sail the
entire 46-night itinerary
from $4,787 per person for
an inside stateroom and
$7,167 per person for a
balcony stateroom. Fares
are based on double
occupancy and include port
charges. Airfare, govern-
ment taxes and fees are
additional.
The first segment (15


PATTY TOPPA
Travel columnist
nights) from Port Canaveral
to Rio have fares from
$1,529 a person; segment
two (15 nights), Rio to
Valparaiso, from $1,829 a
person; and segment three
(16 nights), Valparaiso to
Los Angeles, from $1,429 a
person.
Reserve early if you
choose the 46-night itiner-
ary for best available
staterooms and enjoy a
generous onboard credit
per stateroom.
Now back to Port
Canaveral. Royal Caribbean
has not yet named a
replacement for the
Mariner, but we would like
to see one of Royal
Caribbean's new Freedom-
class ships come to the port.
The 154,000-ton ship, which


has all of the incredible
amenities of the Voyager-
class ship, has added
activities such as the new
H20 Zone and the
FLOWRIDER, the first ever
at-sea surf park. There's
truly something for every-
one.
We shall miss the Mariner
of the Seas, but before it
does the ship will continue
her alternating eastern and
western Caribbean itiner-
aries.
The other cruise options
that sail from Port Canaver-
al at this time are Disney
Magic and Disney Wonder,
each sailing three-, four-
and seven-night itineraries;
Carnival Sensation, sailing
three- and four-night
Bahamas; and Carnival
Glory sailing alternating
eastern and western
Caribbean itineraries; Royal
Caribbean's Sovereign of the
Seas, sailing three- and
four- nights to the Bahamas.
Port Canaveral is a port of
call for NCL and other
various cruise lines making
their way to and from
Caribbean ports. It is a
growing port and easy to
navigate.
Don't miss out on an
incredible journey that
starts in our own backyard.
Patty Toppa is a travel
consultant with Gadabout
Travel. She can be reached at
(321) 253-3674 and
patty@cruisetraveltours.co
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F rom racing cars to sky-
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when it comes to investing
and planning for the future,
Bob and Betty Boomer are
much more conservative.
In fact, in a 2006 poll by the
National Association of
Variable Annuities, more
than 30 percent of respon-
dents said they would not put
any money into stocks, and
64 percent would not put
more than 30 percent of their
money into equities. Even the
youngest of the boomers
surveyed insist their invest-
ments have to be secure, with
more than 50 percent saying
they would not put more
than 30 percent of their
money into stocks.
So how is a savvy but safe
investor supposed to ensure
an ample retirement income?
It turns out that financing
your retirement isn't so
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Financial columnist

planned for special purchas-
es when you were a kid by
saving. Whether you saved
your allowance and ice cream
money in a ceramic pig or
collected coins in a glass jar,
chances are someone taught
you early on that your money
was safer under the protec-
tion of your friendly, local
banker. From that point on,
you probably had a dog-
eared navy blue passbook


where you recorded the
money you deposited from
your paper route or babysit-
tingjob.
Now that you're older,
stocks, bonds, real estate and
collectibles may seem like
sexier ways to accumulate
wealth, but in your heart, you
probably still know that the
safest way to save is with the
security of a bank. There is
something to be said for the
comfort and security of that
Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation logo on the bank
door, putting your mind at
ease and telling you that your
money is safe.
Far from being just the
place you head for everyday
transactions such as check-
ing and savings accounts,
starting a Holiday Club,
getting a notary's signature or
sending a money order, your
local bank is a veritable
treasure trove of investment
ideas that will help you use
your money wisely and
ensure it's there when you
need access to it.


Ask your banker to help
you select the best invest-
ment vehicles for you based
on how much flexibility you
need, the interest rate you
want and how long you want
to invest your money. You're
in the driver's seat with your
local bank, and you still get
all the benefits of the guid-
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professionals to help you
make informed decisions.
Whether you opt for a CD,
money market account or an
IRA, your local bank will help
you find the best rate to help
grow your money without
raising your heart rate and
will make sure you're not
penalized if you need to gain
access to that money sooner
than originally expected. In
no time, you'll be enjoying
the benefits of compounded
interest without losing sleep
every time the stock market
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Bob Davis has joined
Riverside Bank's Volusia
County business develop-
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Mr. Davis is chief execu-
tive officer and president of
the Hotel/Motel Association
of Volusia County, responsi-
ble for continuous improve-
ment in the area's hospitali-
ty industry. He has been
general manager for Hawai-
ian Inn for 23 years and vice
president for Oceans Eleven
for 11 years.
Mr. Davis held numerous
community positions
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United Way of Volusia/Fla-
gler County, chairman of the
D.B. Law Enforcement
Foundation, member of
Volusia County Literacy,
Crime Stoppers, Workforce
Development, Oceanside
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ber. He has participated on
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Committee and is a Civic
Pride Member.
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N.Y., Mr. Davis has been a
Volusia County resident for
41 years. He and his wife,
Sydelle, live in Port Orange.
They have three grown chil-
dren, Robert, Judy and Rita.

New anchor joins
WESH 2 News Sun-
rise team

Syan Rhodes will join the
"WESH 2 News Sunrise"
team as weekday morning
anchor beginning Monday,
Dec. 10.
Ms. Rhodes joins WESH-
TV from WMC-TV in Mem-
phis, Tenn., where she
anchored that station's No. 1
rated weekend newscasts.
Ms. Rhodes' co-anchor,
Scott Walker, joined the
"WESH 2 News Sunrise"
team Oct. 1. Prior to coming
to WESH-TV, he was a
morning and noon anchor
at WPMI-TV in Mobile, Ala.,
for six years. During that
time, he was named "Best
News Anchor" by the Mobile
Press Club, and for five con-
secutive years (2002-2006),
the newscast he anchored
was voted "Best Local Tele-
vision Morning Show" by
the readers of the Mobile
Press-Register.
Ms. Rhodes is a graduate
of the Medill School of Jour-
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at Northwestern, she was
part of a team of journalism
students that freed an inno-
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let people decide for themselves."
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hunting service with ranches located in
Monterey and Fresno counties in California.
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both game management professionals and
trained hunting guides -- a combination that
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We have much to be thankful for;


let's share the wealth locally


Happy Thanksgiving
Hometown News
readers! What a whirl-
wind of a year!
I can hardly believe it's
Thanksgiving time again; a
time to gather with family,
friends and neighbors to
count our many blessings
and give thanks for what we
have, who we love, and who
we are; all precious gifts to
be celebrated. I felt com-
pelled to stop and THANK
YOU, READERS ofVolusia
County- all 200,000 of you
- for our continued and
growing success!
For those who know me
and my love of shopping,
know I'll be the first of many
on Thanksgiving to plan my
shopping escapade on
Black Friday, also known as
the day after Thanksgiving,
the origin of which was
derived from retailers
shifting to profitability, from
red to black.
You may not realize the
impact you have in our
community, but through


KIM YANEY
General Manager


your readership and buying
habits, you support many
businesses and families
locally in our economy. Be
aware of the impact of your
spending.
There are many benefits
to doing business locally:
gas savings, choice and
diversity, personalized
attention, building a strong
local economy, community
character, historic preser-
vation and more.
Locally owned independ-
ent business returns


approximately 80 percent
of each dollar spent back to
our community, as
opposed to chains that
return 20 to 40 percent
locally. Local business also
assists our community
through a multiplier effect;
every dollar spent is re-
circulated five times within
our community on things
such as taxes, wages and
expenses. Civic and
nonprofit organizations
also receive greater
support from our local
businesses.
So, in closing, I would ask
that you keep these
thoughts in the forefront of
your mind before heading
out to major retailers to do
your holiday shopping.
May your Thanksgiving be
safe and blessed with
. "bounty and happiness!

Kim Yaney is advertising
sales director and general
manager for the Volusia
County office ofHometown
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transfer techniques in
four classes.
The cost is $80.
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elementary exhibit

The "Wee Create" open-
ing reception will be held
from 4 to 6 p.m., Thursday,
Nov. 29, at ArtHaus, 3840
Ridgewood Ave., Port
Orange.
This exhibit will feature
artwork from kindergarten
students from nine local
elementary schools.
This event is open to the
public.
ArtHaus offers various
art classes, outreach pro-
grams and events through-
out the year. Children from
kindergarten through 12th
grade may take part in this
nonprofit organization.
For more information,
call (386) 767-0076, stop in
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon-
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The Volusia Vibe

Events

the entire

family

can enjoy

Get out of the
house and into
your community
So you finally have the
entire family together
under one roof. Don't
stress; plan!
To take advantage of the
quality time, I've prepared
a list of things the clan can
do together. At the very
least, it may get everyone
out so you have the house
to yourself.
Here are some family-
friendly events going on in
the area:
*Art Walk on Flagler
Avenue: This monthly
event in New Smyrna
Beach will be held from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday,
Nov. 24. It's certainly a
good time to start knock-
ing off items on your
Christmas list.
More than 120 resident
artists and dozens of
visiting artists will show-
case their artwork, which
will offer some unique
gifts. There's nothing like
giving your long-distance
relatives something that
can only be found in New
Smyrna Beach.
The Artwood Forest, The
Realm of Imagination,
always has fun activities
for the kids from noon to 4
p.m., east of Jonah's Cat's
Art Gallery, 220 Flagler
Ave. This month's free
project will be a "Christ-
mas Countdown Tree."
Kyle Carni, Jason Lott,
Vaigale Duers-Stevens and
Nicole Carni will demon-
strate "critter" creations
and ornament and bead
making at Galleria di
Vetro. Richard Collison,
Mike Fowler and Scott
McGuirk will make hand-
made. wheel-thrown
pottery at Palms Up
Pottery.
Also, some galleries will
host free wine and cheese
receptions from 3 to 5
p.m.
For more information,
call (386) 428-1770 or visit
the Web site at www.fla-
glergallerygroup. com.
) See VIBE, B4


MUY CALIENTE!
Port Orange residents
Joann Chen and Orlino
Flordeliz dance during
the 'Hot Latin and
Ballroom Dancing'
event at the City Island
Recreation Center in
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FRIDAY, NOV. 23
-Nifty 50s Groov'n 60s:
Thanksgiving weekend, 1950s
and 60s bands will be
featured from 1-5 p.m., Friday,
Saturday and Sunday at Inlet
Harbor Restaurant in Ponce ,
Inlet Band members' genre is
1950s, 60s and 70s classic
hits. Audience participation
plays a large part in the show
with limbo and hula-hoop


contests. Visitors will dance
and sing along to the "oldies
but goodies" made popular by
Bill Haley, Chuck Berry, Fats
Domino, Roy Orbison, Elvis
Presley, Beach Boys, the
Beatles and The Coasters.
"Then2Now" will play at 6
p.m., Friday and Saturday. The
evening entertainment will
include music from the 1970s
through the 80s, including
great dance music and some


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker


Week of 11-23-2007

Aries-March 21-April 19
Your positive attitude is contagious. It is a natural
trait because of your good heartedness. It is easy to
see why you are so successful and well-respected in
life. Your love of family and friends is legendary. You
will always be faced with new challenges. Your
courage to take action and find solutions always.
pulls you through any tough assignment
Taurus-April 20-May 20
The moon in Taurus this week gives you an emo-
tional edge when making decisions. You have heard
this before. It's time to follow your heart. When you
listen to your first impression and then take action
when it feels right, the probability of success is
tipped in your favor. It's only when you are too busy
to listen or just don't trust that results start to slip.
The universe never lies.
Gemini-May 21-June 21
Live each day like there is no tomorrow and make
the best of what you have been given. This is the
most reliable way to ensure that more will always be
on the way. When you recognize the good in others
and affirm it, they see it in you as well. This is the
true meaning of life. We receive value multiplied for


50s and 60s songs. A 1950s
and 60s disc jockey will
provide the music between
bands from 1-5 p.m. on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday.
Contests will be available,
including Twister, and dance,
along with giveaways. There is
no cover charge, and no
purchase is required. For more
information, call (386) 767-
5590.
*Trolley tours: The Ormond,


value given. Stay above the small stuff. Believe in
your heart, and so it will be.
Cancer-June 22-July 22
Use recent successes as a springboard to rise to the
next level. Continue to think high, inspired thoughts.
Fear is not a word in your vocabulary. Work on your
top priorities first It builds respect and loyalty and
makes everyone happy. This kind of magic makes
your life more valuable because you get more done
as you continue to flourish and prosper.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Life is going so well that occasional challenges are
met with ease. Why? Because you plan ahead but
live one day at a time. You have come a long way
this year. There is still a long way to go. Your healthy
attitude and habits continue to move you toward
your goals. You have found new mastery over life.
These beautiful traits will continue to bring you true
abundance in life.
Virgo-Aug. 23-SeptL22
Your love of life, nature and the universe is evident in
the increased health, and happiness of recent
.months. You are at your best when you set lofty
goals and bring them into reality. You were bom to
excel. Your life is overflowing with possibilities that
few ever experience. Why? Because you take action
and help turn your advantages into adventures.
Libra-Sept.23-Ocd.22
Venus in Libra gives you a distinct edge when creat-
ing happiness. It gives you a wider, deeper view of
the possibilities about which course of action to
take. Let your heart make the final decision. It knows
the truth. The head can only guess. This edge, along
with your natural strong instincts, results in positive
outcomes. This is what makes your life so special.


Saturday


Sunday


Beach Historical Trust will host
this two-hour at 9:45 a.m.
Participants will be introduced
to more than 30 historical
buildings and sites in Ormond
Beach. The climate-controlled
trolley makes stops at the
Fairchild Oak and the Three
Chimneys Sugar Mill Ruins .
(ruins not otherwise open to
the public). The cost is $18 for
) See OUT & ABOUT, B2


Scorpio-Oct.23-Nov.21
Mercury in Scorpio gives you much mental clarity.
Your mind is keen as well as your wits. When you
invoke feeling power along with clear thinking, great
decisions are possible to make that move your life
forward. Affirm every day that you are being fed by
the supreme power and give thanks. This makes
spirit want to help all your causes every day.
Sagittarius- Nov. 22-Dec. 21
It's your time of the year. The sun along with Jupiter
and Pluto in Sagittarius gives you booster rockets to
propel you on and up toward your dreams. The key
is to clearly define your goals, write them down and
affirm them out loud. this is the formula of champi-
ons. Because you look at life's challenges as oppor-
tunities to learn, master and grow, your greatest
wishes will definitely be granted.
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Your fine sense of duty, loyalty and patience contin-
ues to grow and thrive. Truth continues to unfold
around you. More positive change and advance-
ment is on the way. When large decisions are
required, let your first impressions guide you. When
you have to labor over it, it means you aren't ready
yet Be bold when it feels right and success is guar-
anteed.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
When obstacles appear in your path, you move
them out of the way. Why? Because you are so flexi-
ble. You know how to maneuver around, over or
through the detours. Your perseverance is paying off.
You are operating from a higher dimension. Deep
on your personal quest. The universe has new chal-
lenges just ahead. You were picked to handle them.
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after the Saturday performance for a Magical Afternoon
of Tea and Cookies with a chance to meet many
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Out & About
From page B1


adults, $15 for seniors and $5
for children ages 5-12. Tours
begin at the Casements parking
lot, 25 Riverside Drive, Ormond
Beach. Seating is limited.
Reservations are required; call
(386) 677-7005.
SATURDAY, NOV. 24
*Tony Stevens and Slow Ride
concert: This group will perform
one show only at 9 p.m. at The,
Bank & Blues Club on Main
Street in Daytona Beach. This
will be a free concert and CD
release party. CDs may be
purchased at the concert, online
or at Atlantic Sounds, 138
International Speedway Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. There will be a
CD signing party at Atlantic
Sounds from 4-4:30 p.m. For
more information, call (386)
566-6991 or visit the Web site
at www.slowriderocks.com.
*'Sam i Am Day' barbecue
and car wash benefit: This
event will be held from 9 a.m.-2
p.m. at the CWA Building on
Clyde Morris Boulevard in Port
Orange. Sam Morrison, 11, a
senior Webelo in Cub Scout
Pack 420, had a tumor removed
from under his arm, and the
biopsy revealed Ewing's
sarcoma cancer. Sam will have
to undergo chemotherapy for a
year in the hopes of eradicating
any residual cancer left behind.
The event will help his family
pay for medical costs. Proceeds
will benefit the Morrison Family
Medical Fund.
*Ballroom dance: The
Greater Daytona Chapter of USA
Dance will host this event from


7-10:30 p.m. at the City Island
Recreation Center, 108 E.
Orange Ave., Daytona Beach.
Ballroom, swing and Latin
music will be provided by a
local deejay. The cost is $6 for
members, $8 for non-members
and $3 for students. Attire is
dressy casual. For more
information, call (386) 756-
8433.
*Flagler Avenue Art Walk:
This event will be held from 10
a.m.-5 p.m. in New Smyrna
Beach along the five blocks
from the river to the ocean.
While enjoying various art works
by more than 120 resident
artists and dozens of visiting
artists, the event will feature
painting, jewelry, ceramics, glass
blowing, sculpture and fabric
arts. Free children's activities,
entertainment and a prize
drawing will be presented by
the Gallery Group of Flagler -
Avenue. Several galleries will
host free wine and cheese
receptions from 3-5 p.m. For
more information, call (386)
428-1770 or visit the Web site
at www.flaglergallerygroup.com.
* Fourth annual Elementary
Scholarship Award: This
dinner/dance will be held from
6-10 p.m. at the Palmetto Club,
1000 S. Beach St, Daytona
Beach. Presented by Star
Entertainment Group from
Orange, NJ., the event is in
honor of Jeff Dunston's mother,
Mildred Fury. Mr. Dunston will
be the entertainer and disc
jockey. Tickets cost $25 and $18
for children 17 and younger. For
more information, call (386)
679-400Z


SUNDAY, NOV. 25
*Concert: St Luke's Anglican
Church will present a concert
by the Keiser Family Singers at
1:30 p.m. at 815 Taylor Road,
Port Orange. The Keiser Family
will sing gospel and bluegrass
music, accompanied by their
own instruments. This local
family of singers has performed
for many Volusia churches and
other organizations. Admission
is a $5 donation. For more
information, call (386) 304-
1554.
MONDAY, NOV. 26
*Afternoon at the Movies: A
movie will be shown at 2 p.m.
in the Port Orange Regional
Library Auditorium, 1005 City
Center Circle. For the title, length
of movie and rating, call (386)
322-5152, Ext 29.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28
*'Cats' This Broadway
musical will come to the
Peabody Auditorium in Daytona
Beach for two performances
Nov. 28-29. Based on IS. Eliot's
"Old Possum's Book of Practical
Cats" and with music by
Andrew Lloyd Webber, "Cats"
won seven Tony awards in
1983, including best musical
and best costumes. Tickets cost
$45 to $55. To order tickets, call
(407) 839-3900 or visit the
Web site at
www.Ticketmaster.com.
THURSDAY, NOV. 29
*'Wee Create.: An opening
reception for this exhibit wilIbe
held from 4-6 p.m. at ArtHaus,
3840 Ridgewood Ave., Port
Orange. This exhibit will'feature
artwork from kindergarten
students from nine local
elementary schools. This event
is open to the public. For more
information, call (386) 767-
0076, stop in from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m., Monday through Friday, or
visit the Web site at
www.arthaus.org.
ONGOING EVENTS
*A Taste of Wines: Port Royal
Caribbean Restaurant will host
this event at 6:30 p.m. the
second Wednesday of each
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Start new Thanksgiving



traditions with your family


Have you ever won-
dered what you could
do to make the
holidays more of a special
time of year in your home?
Instead of just getting the
family together for a few
holiday meals on Thanksgiv-
ing and Christmas, can you
turn this joyful time of year
into a season of family
celebration, instead of just a
couple of days together?
A woman wrote to Dr.
James Dobson in his book
"Solid Answers," asking how
she could make her family
feel more "togetherness,"
instead of feeling like a bunch
of people with the same last
name living under the same
roof (Have you ever felt that
way?). Dr. Dobson said start
celebrating more family
traditions together.
These holiday times are
what kids look forward to and
savor for years to come. I
don't remember as many
"specific" details about my
family's holidays together, as
much as I remember the way
our home "felt" during those
times. This should be a goal of
homemakers this time of
year, to create a loving
atmosphere in the home and
to build on that atmosphere
by leading your families into
taking part in new or old -
holiday traditions.
A fun tradition that Dr.
Dobson brought up is one
that my family partook in
during Thanksgiving and one
that I plan to revive this year
in my own home. Each
person seated at the table gets
two kernels of corn. A basket
is passed around the table
and everyone tells two things
that he or she is thankful for
that year and drops the
kernels into the basket. This is
a great way to share our
meaningful reflections of the
past year with our close
friends and family.
Another tradition that I
plan to initiate this year
during Thanksgiving is one
that began on the very first
feast of the Pilgrims and
Indians. As I read online the
"True Thanksgiving Story," by
Dennis Rupert, I was sur-
prised to learn that during the
original feast, which lasted for
three days, the Indians and
pilgrims competed together



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RUTHIE DAVIDSON
Parenting '
in tests of skill and strength.
What fun they must have had!
I'm not sure what their games
were, but it sounds like a good
reason for me to have a few
three-legged races, potato
sack hops, egg walks and
football games in my front
yard. If you have kids in your
home for Thanksgiving, why
not add this new tradition of
outdoor games a couple of
hours after the feast when
everyone is still hanging
around trying to digest?
I usually cook a lot during
Thanksgiving. I suppose one
could say that it is a "tradi-
tion" in our home for me to
require our children to pitch
in with the cooking. I'll
usually make (this sometimes
involves some pushing) my
kids sit on the floor and peel
potatoes with me, snap green
beans by the sink or let them
help prepare and roll out the
pie dough. Even though they
relent, they usually end up
having fun doing some
cooking, and what better time
to chit-chat with your little
ones than when you are
working shoulder to shoulder
with them?
One last, but very impor-
tant, tradition is one that so
many of us, myself included,
tend to overlook. This
involves sharing the original
Thanksgiving story with our
kids. Honestly, the informa-
tion online surrounding
Thanksgiving was a little
overwhelming, and pinning
down a "date of origin" was
tricky. This is due to the fact'
that the feast itself was
celebrated periodically over
the years before it became a
national holiday and true
tradition in American homes.

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For the full story, Google
"True Thanksgiving Story" by
Dennis Rupert, but I'll
highlight some of the details
that I found interesting. So
many of us take part in
holidays that we know so little
about, myself included!
The Pilgrims first arrived at
Plymouth Rock on Dec. 11,
1620. The winter was harsh
on them, and many lives were
lost due to the seven weeks of
sailing, lack of housing and
food, and of course, the cold
winter. One to three people
died daily from pneumonia
and consumption. The graves
were dug at night so that the
Indians wouldn't see how the
pilgrims were dwindling in
number. At one point, only
seven people were well
enough to collect firewood,
make fires and care for the
sick!
By springtime, only 46 of
the original 102 pilgrims who
sailed the Mayflower
remained. Obviously, the
Indians took notice of their
struggles, and Squanto, an
English-speaking Indian,
came to teach them how to
survive and stayed with them
for months. When the first
harvest came, the Pilgrims
and Indians held a three-day
feast designated as a time to
praise God for the harvest
and for His goodness.
It is interesting to note that
the next Thanksgiving was
not observed until three years
later when the pilgrims
experienced a severe drought


for several months. Governor
William Bradford called for a
day of "fasting, humiliation
and prayer," during which
time all of the community
gathered in the church
building for a day of "prayer
and conviction." They prayed
and repented of their sins all
day, and when they emerged
from the church, they noticed
clouds overhead. The next
day, there began a soft rain
that went on nonstop for the
next 14 days! The crops were
replenished and even
provided a surplus that
benefited the Indians to the
north who had a poor harvest
that year. The pilgrims, once
again, invited the Indians to
come and share in their
bounty as they celebrated
another time of feasting
together and a time to thank
God for His goodness!
I hope you found that as
interesting as I did. Your kids
will come home with lots of
details about Thanksgiving,
I'm sure, but it's nice if Mom
and Dad freshen up on the
subject as well, and remind
their little ones just who we're
all thankful to at Thanksgiv-
ing. I also hope you'll find
some ways to insert some fun
traditions into your family
time this holiday season.
If you have any great ideas
to share, please send them to
me!
RuthieDavidson of South
Daytona is a mother offour
children, ages 5 to 10. E-mail
jdavidsonl9@cfl.rr.com.


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registration costs $20 for
runners and walkers.
Proceeds from this year's
race will benefit St. Jude
Children's Research
Hospital.
All participants will
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T-shirt and a medal. Food
and entertainment will be


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After the festivities are
over, head over to Canal
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this semi-formal gathering, four-
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with wines that complement
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teach facts about each wine.
Reservations are required, and
guests must be 21 years old.
The cost is $30 per person.
Proceeds will benefit the
Children's Home Society. To
make reservations, call (386)
788-3922.
*'Beaux Arts XLVI': Works by
Beaux Arts of Volusia will be on
display through Nov. 29 at the
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433 S. Palmetto Ave. Richard
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*Bingo: Members meet to
play bingo at 7 p.m. each Friday
at the Daytona Beach Elks Club,
700 S. Ridgewood Ave. Food
will be served. For more
information, call (386) 252-
3357 Port Orange Elks Lodge
2723 has Bingo at 6:30 p.m.
each Monday and at 11:30 a.m.
each Friday. Early birds, pull tabs
and a menu are available.
Smoking is prohibited. For more
information, call (386) 767-
8572.
*Breakfast buffet: The
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
4250 Ladies Auxiliary will serve
a breakfast buffet from 8-11
a.m. each Sunday at 2350
Sunset Drive, New Smyrna
Beach. The breakfast is all-you-
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should bring cards and games.
Admission is free. For more
information, call (386) 322-
3070.
*Fall dances: Dances are held
from 2-4 p.m. each Friday at the
City Island Recreation Center,
110 E. Orange Ave., Daytona
Beach. Music will be provided
by 'Talk of the Town' The cost is
$3, which includes dancing and
refreshments. Singles are
welcome. Free lessons will be
given from 1-2 p.m. This event
will be held through Jan. 11. For-
more information, call (386)
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*Fish dinner: The Port Orange
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
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will host this fried or baked fish
dinner from 5-7:30 p.m. each
Friday. Music will be provided
from 5:30-9 p.m. The cost is
$6.50. The public may attend.
For more information, call (386)
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*Gamble Place Tours: Tours
are at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.,
Thursday through Sunday, at
1819 Taylor Road, Port Orange.
Admission is $5 for adults and
$3 for students; children 5 and
younger are free. Members of
the Museum of Arts and
Science are free, too. For more
information, call (386) 304-
0778.
*Kayak eco-adventure tours:
The Marine Discovery Center
presents this program of hands-
on, feet-wet activities in the
Indian River Lagoon. Basic kayak
instruction is included. Admis-
sion is $30 for adults and $20
for children ages 4-12. Times
vary by season and reservations
are required. Call (386) 428-
4828 tor reservations or more
information.
*Meatballs are optional: A
spaghetti dinner is held from
4:30-6:30 p.m. each Thursday at


the American Legion Post 17,
619 W. Canal St., New Smyrna
Beach. The meal includes
spaghetti, with or without
meatballs, salad and garlic
bread. Tickets are $4.50 and
$5.50. The public may attend.
For more information, call (386)
427-5013.
*Music for Healing: Spon-
sored by the Port Orange
Ministerial Association, "Music
for Healing: Body, Mind and
Spirit" is offered each Wednes-
day from 12:15-12:45 p.m. at
the All Saints Lutheran Church,
751 Dunlawton Ave., Port
Orange. Musicians from local
churches and schools present
instrumental music for peaceful
contemplation, reflection, self-
care and meditation. At the Nov.
28 meeting, Susan Pitard Acree
will provide the music. The
public may attend. For more
information, call (386) 761-
9129.
*'Revolution: Text and
Texture': This exhibition is
available at the Ormond
Memorial Art Museum &
Gardens through Dec. 29.
Presenting works will be Denis
Deegan of Ormond Beach,
Robin du Plessis of Sarasota
and Key West, and Roberta
Morgan of Great Cacapon, W.Va.
The Ormond Memorial Art
Museum and Gardens is open
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday
through Friday, and from noon
to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday.
There is a $2 suggested
donation. For more information,
call (386) 676-3347 or visit the
Web site at www.ormondart-
museum.org.
*Seaside Music Theater: Its
"White Christmas!" production
will be shown through Dec. 5 at
the News-Journal Center. Based
on the film "White Christmas,"
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Friday, Nov. 23, at 2 p.m. and 8
p.m., Saturday, Nov. 24, at 2
p.m., Sunday, Nov. 25, at 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 2 p.m. and
8 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28, at
8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 29, and 8
p.m., Friday, Nov. 30 at the
News-Journal Center, 221 N.
Beach St., Daytona Beach. The
final performances will be at 2
p.m. and 8 p.m., Wednesday,
Dec. 5. To purchase tickets or for
more information, call the box
office at (386) 252-6200 or
(800) 854-5592, from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Monday through
Friday, and two hours before
curtain on performances
dates. Tickets also maybe
purchased at www.seasidemu-
sictheater.org. For groups of 20
or more, call (386) 226-1941.
*Southeast Museum of
Photography: The upstairs fall
season includes "Abbas
Kiarostami Photographs and
Film," on display through Jan.
18. This exhibition presents a
comprehensive survey of Mr.
Kiarostami's photographic art,
drawn from five of his recent
series. The museum also will
present a season of film
screenings of his award winning
movies. "Highlights From the
Permanent Collection," open
through Feb. 15, highlights the
museum's permanent collec-
tion. Some of the more than
5,000 collection images will be
on display, many for the first
time. 'Andre Kertesz First and
Last Photographs" exhibit will
show the works of Kertesz
(1894-1985), who is recognized
as one of the most important
and influential photographers of
the 20th century. He worked for
more than 70 years as a
photographer, and in his work,
the history of photography in
the twentieth century was
captured. "The Path To Buddha -
Steve McCurry" examines the
Buddhist religion and captures
Tibetan Buddhist monks in
animated discussion, medita-
tion and prayer, while following
devout believers on their
arduous routes to prayer. For
more information, visit the Web
site at www.smponline.org or
call (386) 506-4475.
*Spaghetti dinner: These
dinners open to the public are
held from 5-7 p.m. each
Tuesday. Spaghetti, meatballs,
salad and garlic toast will cost
$6. For more information, call
(386) 427-2512. Also, the Port
Orange Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 3282, 5810
Williamson Blvd., will host this
dinner from 5-7:30 p.m. each
Tuesday. Music will be provided
from 5:30-9 p.m. The cost is $5.
The public may attend. For more
information, call (386) 761-
721Z


*Sunday wine tasting: Free
wine tasting are held from 4-8
p.m. each Sunday at OM Bar &
Chill Lounge, 392 Flagler Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. Tasters will
have a selection of up to 10
different wines. Acoustic
performances are provided by
Rhonda Patrick. Free salsa
lessons are given at 8 p.m. each
Thursday, with open salsa
dancing held from 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
For more information, call (386)
423-2727 or visit the Web site
at www.theombar.com.
*Tacos and Tunes: American
Legion Post 270 will host this
event from 5-7 p.m. each
Monday. Chicken wings are
served from 5-7 p.m. each
Wednesday. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 788-6800.
*Texas hold em': Peanuts
Restaurant and Sports Bar, 421
Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach, presents this event at 6
p.m. each Monday and at 1 p.m.
on Saturday. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 423-1469.
*Tuesday Tasting: Frappes
North hosts wine tasting each
month on a Tuesday. "Fabulous
Finger Foods" will be provided
to compliment all vintages. The
cost is $15 per person. The
restaurant is located at 123 W.
'Granada Blvd. in Ormond
Beach. Reservations are
appreciated; call (386) 615-
4888. For more information,
visit the Web site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*Vin'Yard Inc. Wine Tastings:
Established in 1984 in Ormond
Beach, the Vin'Yard, at 1395 W.
Granada Blvd., is a specialty
food and wine market with 100
cheeses, pates, caviar, 1,000
wines and a deli offering salads,
sandwiches, box lunches,
dinner entrees and gift baskets.
A "wine keeper" offers samples
of four wines daily (except
Sunday). Hours are from 10
a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday, and
from 10-4 p.m., Saturday. Also,
monthly wine tasting are held.
For more information, call (386)
672-5223.
*Weekly Bingo: The Port
Orange Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 3282 will host Bingo
at 12:15 p.m. each Sunday in
the main hall, 5810 Williamson
Blvd. The public may attend.
Smokin g is not permitted. For
more information, call (386)
761-7217 The New Smyrna
Beach Elks Lodge No. 1557
hosts Bingo year round at 1
p.m., Sunday, at noon, Monday,
and at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, in
the new building on Park
Avenue. Bingo is open to the
public; computerized bingo
player handsets are available.
For more information, call (386)
427-2512.
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Knights start second district season


BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
The Halifax Academy
Knights return seven players
this season to its boys' bas-
ketball team, including jun-
ior James Williams.
Williams has ranked among
the top five scorers in the
area since he began playing
at Halifax his freshman sea-
son.
"I have developed well,"
Williams said. "I have been
working on my dribbling
skills and staying in shape. I
want to average 17 or more
points a game this year and
have a couple ,of rebounds.
I'm just going to have to stay
with it and work harder, but


Evil Stepmom Coaches Families
Through Stepshock
(Syndicated News) Love can be wonderful 200 members of stepfamilies with young
the second time around, but kids add a adults for her forthcoming book,
layer of complexity that can threaten even "Confessions of an Evil Stepmom:
the strongest relationship. In Becoming a Positive Presence in
fact, "problems with the kids" - the Lives of Your Young Adult
stands as the number one Stepchildren." She uses case stud-
reason cited by couples for '. ies derived from these interviews to
the failure of their remarriage" '. help stepparents make choices
and as a key factor in the consistent with their convictions,
higher divorce rate for second while helping them cope with the
marriages (65 percent versus day-to-day of life with young adult
50 percent for first mar- offspring. A few of the many ques-
riages). tions stepparents of 17 to 30 year
But what happens olds frequently struggle with
when "the kids" are older? : include: What do I think about my
Isn't it reasonable to expect stepchildren having sex in our
that, after 18, young adults home? Do I want to participate in
will be off on their own and funding my stepchildren's educa-
have a low impact on their tion? If so, to what degree? What if
parent and stepparent's marriage? Not at one of "the kids" wants to move back in?
all, according to behavioral scientist and Under what conditions? How much help is
stepfamily coach Kimberly McKenna, also too much? All of these can turn into sources
known as the Evil Stepmom (http://evil- of conflict in the marriage, or opportunities
stepmom.org). to bolster young adults through the launch,
"Becoming a stepparent to a young adult depending upon how they're handled.
puts you directly in the crosshairs of two More and more people are getting
powerful, and mutually reinforcing trends divorced and remarried in mid-life, which
in our society," says McKenna. "Young means more people will find themselves in
adults are having a harder time leaving the role of stepparent to a young adult. It's a
home and parents are having a harder time new and growing problem that won't go
letting go. For the new stepparent who away. But stepparenting experts have over-
thought she was off the parenting hook and looked this unique challenge and, as a
would have her spouse all to herself, the result, new stepparents to young adults
resulting level of dependency and involve- must find their own way through the mine-
ment with young adults often comes as field.
what I call'stepshock.'" "Through my coaching, teaching and
McKenna knows what she's talking about: writing, I'm working to provide motivated,
she became a stepchild herself in her early thoughtful stepparents to young adults
twenties, and is the stepparent of three with ideas they can use to bolster their mar-
young adults. Since completing postgradu- riage, help launch their stepchildren and
ate work at the Georgetown Farnily Center, build a stepfamily that will be a resource to
McKenna has gathered the stories of nearly all for years to come," adds McKenna.


I've got a lot of help this
year."
And Williams will need that
help. Other teams won't be
surprised at the guard's abili-
ties, and the team has some
big schools like Matanzas
and Pierson Taylor to the
schedule, in addition to its
regular Class 1A District 5
opponents.
"Last year was our first year
in the district, and we fin-
ished in eighth place," head
coach Shamus Dougherty
said. "That was an eye-
opener for a lot of the kids,
especially in terms of the
competition. It was much
different than some of the
smaller non-district schools
we used to play. So this year
we added Matanzas. They
need to get ready by playing
larger schools so they are
ready for that level of com-
petition."
Forward Ben Wells under-
stands big school basketball.
Last year he played at Class
5A Robinson High School in


'We are really coming together and listening
and treating each other like a team. I feel like
if we do good throughout December, we can
go to states.
Ben Wells
Forward, Halifax Academy Knights


Tampa. He's an all-around
player who is working with
his teammates to generate
some success.
"I want to average a dou-
ble-double each game. I had
a few at Tampa," the senior
forward said. "We are really
coming together and listen-
ing and treating each other
like a team. I feel like if we
do good throughout Decem-
ber, we can go to states."
While Wells has his eye on
a push for the playoffs, the
girls' team is still looking for
its first win.
"I want to keep it simple,"
head coach Terry Johnson
said of the game plan. "We'll
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our lumps, but one day we'll
be able to compete with the
best. We're trying now to get
our first win. I want to get
one for the girls and the
school and for how hard
they work."
The girls return three play-
ers from last year's team,
including 2006 Class lA hon-
orable mention guard Clara
Reamore.
"I've been playing basket-
ball my whole life," Reamore
said. "I shoot four or five
points a game, and I hope-
fully want to get 10 this year.
I just have to get in my
zone."
Reamore will have some
extra help this year from
Seabreeze transfer Shekela
Maddox. Johnson said that
Maddox brings leadership to
the team and he plans to use
her as a workhorse.
"I'm ready. I'll go practice
Saturday and Sundays and
that has helped my lay-ups,
my defense and my drib-
bling," Maddox said. "But
I'm mostly a shooter. I shoot
three's most of the time."
In addition to Reamore,
the girls have two other
returning players from last
year, Holly Tremper and
Misty McLaughlin.
McLaughlin said she likes
the way the team is coming
together.
"We have much better
sportsmanship this year, and
people get along better. We
work together as a team,"
the junior said. "There is just
not as much drama."
Both the boys and girls
travel to Melbourne Friday
to play Community Christ-
ian School. The Knights
return home on Tuesday for
their first district game of the
season against Geneva.

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High-kicking Lady Bucs



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BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer
Mainland Lady Bucs coach
Shelly Mahaffey begins the
eight-counts that set her
dance and drill team into
motion during a late after-
noon dance class. Fully
stretched, the dancers on her
24-member tear work up to
the high kicks, a crowd
favorite.
"I like to please the crowd.
We get a standing ovation,
especially when we do the
kicks and the technical stuff,"
sophomore Sta'cha Beckton
said during practice.
And that appreciation is
part of what makes the prepa-
ration worthwhile.
"Before school starts, we
have two weeks of band camp
and they are there all day,"
Mahaffey said. "On football
game days, we arrive for
home games two hours early
so they can stretch, review
their choreography, and fix
their hair and makeup so they
all look the same."
Mahaffey earned
Varisty.com's November
Coach of the Month honors
for her work with the team.
The girls earned back-to-back
leadership awards and supe-
rior trophies at the Universal
Dance Association competi-
tions in 2006 and 2007.
At the Florida Dance Team
Directors competition this
year, they won first place for
their high kicks, third place in
the hip hop category, and
claimed the award for Out-
standing Hip Hop Choreogra-
phy. At the 2007 Orlando
Music Festival, they took
another first. This February,
they plan to compete in their
first national event under
Mahaffey's direction.
"My favorite part is the
competitions," senior Brit-
tany Isom of Daytona Beach
said. "The whole experience
brings the team closer togeth-
er and creates a bond."
"I'm looking forward to it,"
senior Charlise Stephens of
Port Orange said. "I think it
will be a good experience for
some of the younger girls. It
gives you a different outlook
on dance."
The Lady Bucs have per-


formed at Mainland football
halftime shows since 1973.
Some of today's dancers
have mothers, sisters, or
aunts who danced with the
team. And although today's
routines may look different
from the earlier steps, the
reasons for being a Lady Buc
remain constant.
"It's a good experience,"
freshman Kaitlyn Bell said.
"You get to meet new people
and learn new techniques.
We're known around school
when we wear our jackets.'
"I wanted to be a Lady
Buc," Isom said, "because I
always looked up to that.
They always had a good rep-
utation, good morals and
standards, and I wanted to
be a part of that."

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Bordetella $12
3DX Heartworm Testing $20
Routine Worming $5-13



CAT
4-way $10
5-way $20
Leukemia/FIV $35
Worming $6-11
Fecal Flotation $11
AVID microchips $30
Health Certificates
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Frontline Plus Interceptor
Advantage Revolution
Advantix Capstar
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386-763-5208
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Animal Health Inc.
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549 Beville Rd
South Daytona


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CAT- Male, very rare
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$1000 obo 386-453-5820
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$70 (30 to 59 lbs.)
$80 (60 to 80 lbs.)
*over 80 Ibs. by special

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Male: $35
Female: $50
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549 Beville Rd
South Daytona

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$1900obo 386-295-4839.
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SAHTIOUES & ESTATES
TOP $PAIDI
Selling Real Antiques
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Primnitives r-
and Much More!
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1078 Ridgewood Ave.
I. (US1) Holly Hill
OPEN TUES 5AT 10-5
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AC UNIT cold/heat win-
dow unit 1500 btu 120 v
works great $195.
386-304-8678 S Vol
BASEBALL CARD col-
lection $65.
386-589-4841 S Vol
BEANIE BABIES- (41),
with tags, $35, Handcraft-
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386-428-1394 Vol
BED MAPLE w/matt.
&box spring. $100. Dogie
Crate $45. airline appr.
med. 386-763-1560
BED, SLEIGH- Girls,
Twin, very cute, $45obo,
386-615-4732 Vol
BICYCLE- Men's, GT,
26", mountain bike, 21
speed, good condition,
$200, 386-428-9105 Vol
BIKE MURRAY usa
mens 15 speed has child
carrier on back $25.
386-677-2841 N Vol
BIKE RED schwinn sting
ray chopper $50.
386-253-4067 N Vol
BOAT 9'-4' dinghy see
west marine water tender
9.4, bargain $199.
386-445-9319 N Vol
BOOKS KIDS 2-12 yrs
some new $.25 $1.00
ea. all 137 for $75.
386-852-8289 S Vol
BOOKSHELF/WALL
UNIT 45x70 cherrywood
$40. 386-767-4239 S Vol
BOWLING SHOES
brunswick men's sz 11
worn only 3-4 times $10.
386-767-8003 S Vol


BUTHCER BLOCK white
cabinet $35 Love seat
exc. cond. Cream color
$90 386-756-0183
CABINET, Stereo- Glass
doors, walnut, $50, Book-
shelf w/ adjust. shelves,
$50 386-615-9148
CABINET, Storage ward-
robe, great for extra clos-
et space, store clothes
neatly$175 386-756-5905
CABINET, TV- Nautical,
& Rattan Swivel Rocker
with lighthouse design,
$75 each, 386-322-9952
CAGE, BIRD- 20x15x20
tall, $20, 18x18x27, $30,
both complete with toys &
dishes, 386-424-6916
CAGE, PARROT- on
legs with rollers, will
throw in toys, good condi-
tion, $125, 386-663-4190
CAMERA DIGITAL I-joy
w/mp3 & camcorder al-
most new $25.
386-334-4239 S Vol
CAMPING GEAR- Cast
Iron Cookware Set,
wooden carry crate, $40,
386-677-4786 Vol
CHAIR, ROCKING, $50,
Television, 25", $35,
386-423-8890 Vol
CHAIR, ROCKING- $15,
386-589-2680 Vol
CHIFFOROBE, 1930's or
1940'S, minor repairable
damage, mainly rear leg,
$75, 386-788-3087 Vol
CHRISTMAS DECORA-
T I 0 N S
bulbs/garland/crafts fill Irg
box $10. 386-672-5545
CHRISTMAS TREE 7'
w/stand, stor. cart, looks
like real Allegheny pine
tree. $35. 386-788-5031
CHRISTMAS TREE, ce-
ramic, Precious mo-
ments, lighted, new, $90,
386-788-1792 Vol
CHRISTMAS TREES 2
artificial 6.5' 19.95 each
obo 386-788-4250 leave
message S vOL
COLLECTION, Beer can,
1000+ cans, 20+ years
old, various sizes, must
see, $199, 386-322-2141
COMPUTER COMPAQ
precario windows xp
home edit 2.5 gig procs.
$180. 386-428-2769 SVol


COUCH- ROWE, beauti-
ful, custom, in colors to
match every decor', exc
cond $150, 386-506-9838
DINETTE SET- chairs,
glass top table, modern
like new. $200
386-562-4510
DISHWASHER, GE dish-
washer, almond, built in
$25 386-304-5722
DRESSER, mirror, night
stand, headboard, wood,
whicker faced drawers
white,$120 386-451-0921
DRYER, WHIRLPOOL-
tan, works great, $50,
386-795-6399 Vol
ENT. CENTER white
good cond 6' long china
closet on top $150.
386-760-4602 S Vol
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER- holds 32" TV, with
drawers and shelf, $100,
386-453-8969 Vol
EXERCISE BIKE new
$125. sell $75. gas stive
& hood works great $40.
386-763-1827 S Vol
FIREWOOD HARD-
WOOD about 1.5 cords
you pick up $100.
386-345-1903 S Vol
FRIDGE, Kenmore stain-
less, Compact 4.9cu ft,
$100, Oak game table,
$100, 386-478-0220
FRIDGE, Range, Sink- 3
in 1, combo, stove w/ 2
burners, 3' high, self con-
tained, $50 386-426-8952
FRIDGE, side by side, 25
cubic feet, white, with in-
door water/icemaker, &
light, $100, 386-322-9847
FRIDGE- GE, 25cu ft,
side by side, $125, GE
Stove Profile, both al-
mond, $50 386-427-8265
GARAGE DOOR- 16
foot, metal, complete with
opener and transmitters,
$60, 386-671-1464 Vol
GAS STOVE Antique
$120. Oval Inflatable
pool; $80. 386-366-4220
GOLF BAG- with travel
case, Pro size, $50.
386-677-8234 Vol


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Bookcase white press-
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ty sink $10 386-255-7331
GOLF WALKING elec hill
billy cart w/battery charger
& seat like new $199.
386-258-0465 S Vol

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GUITAR, ACOUSTIC-
6-string, Indiana Scout
Model with bag case, like
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HEADLIGHT, BUCKET-
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passenger side, $50,
386-682-2187 Vol

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portable, 1.6 gal cap,
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sqft, $70 386-676-9879
HEELIES, Vans, Boys
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times, $60 386-763-1771


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JEANS, Ladies- Faded
Glory, sz 8P, 15 @ $4ea.
Air mattress, single,
new, $20 386-344-2600
JEEP WRANGLER can-
vas cover like new black
sell $230. ask $75.
386-673-6607 N Vol


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20', Two section, Alumi-
num, $55, 386-767-2669
Vol

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386-441-7793
Classified 386-322-5949


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with extras, $200
386-767-9390 Vol
LAPTOP, IBM- thinkpad,
w/ internet wireless card,
battery, CDROM, good
cond. $200 386-334-9043


LAWN MOWER Crafts-
man 6.5hp propelled $95.
mtd push mower $40.
386-788-2730 S Vol
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stands & a bottle of oil
$20 386-253-7892 Vol


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An Atffiiate ofHalift.v Community Health System
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Exciting Job Opportunities for
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Holly Hill-Part-Time Mon. Wed. Fri.
High School diploma required. Seeking well organized and flexible
individual to coordinate volunteer services at Holly Hill HMO.
Computer skills preferred with optimistic and positive attitude neces-
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LPN
Holly Hill Central Staffing
8am 5pm


LPN
Port Orange
11 am 8pm Mon Thurs
8 am 5 pm Fri


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or at 1340 Ridgewood Ave
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386-676-3153


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& frame, excellent condi-
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MICROWAVE, Convec-
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mint condition, $115,
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pitch, $90 386-788-2743
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by 8ft wide, 4 ft deep, 3
tier, like new, $200,
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PRiNTER CANNON
bw/color $25. computer
imac photoshop/adobe il-
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QUEEN BED set french .
provencial set $200.
dresser, end table extra
386-672-3814 N Vol
RADIO CONTROLLED
plane cherokee 40L w fu-
taba control $150. system
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RADIO, MARINE- Apelco
VHF 4500 with antenna,
$75 obo, 386-677-9507
RECORDS, (8), 33 1/3
Christmas record albums,
$10 for all, 321-767-2144
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RIMS DAKOTA 06 set 4
fac. stk steel like new
$69. 386-788-5611 S Vol


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Wooden, 24.5x35x43,
White rope on maine &
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RUG, Dhurl wool, 5'x8',
hardly used, vanilla with
pastel pink & green de-
sign, $135, 407-492-1209
RUGS AREA Wool,
Oriental, 6' x 8', $125
386-423-1367 Vol
SCOOTER RASCAL
$100. microwave $10.00
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SEWING MACHINE anti-
que singer wrought iron
base use for table $100.
386-788-7402 S Vol
SHARPER IMAGE
(gazelle) $25. Prada bag
$30. 386-441-6594
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w/ faucet, almond color,
$200 386-405-4298
SLEEPER SOFA pastel
colored, matter. never
used. $120.
386-409-8208
SOFA SLEEPER cream
good cond $100.
386-671-2725 N Vol
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piece, dark green, reclin-
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SOLOFLEX complete
workout gym get shape
for new year $175.
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STOOLS SOLID wood
swivel maple $16. pr
Coca-cola clock $15.
386-304-0056 S Vol
STOOLS, BAR- (2), solid
wood, swivel with backs
31' high, like new, $35
each, 386-527-2369 Vol
STOVE, ELECTRIC,
Whirlpool, 30" wide, ivory
& black color, excellent
cond. $85 386-761-0095
STOVE- Frigidaire, Elec-
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convection oven, white,
like new, $150,
386-788-6335 Vol
SUN SHADE, Crafts-
man- for front engine
tractors, white, vinyl tarp,
$25 386-767-4079 Vol
SWEATSHIRT 50 plus for
men/women/child name
brands $2.-$3. each
386-677-4373 N Vol
TABLE 54" antique ped-
estal w/carved legs/leaf /4
chairs need redone $200.
386-345-4306 S Vol
TABLE LAMPS- (2), SW
style both for $35, 52"
portable adj. viewing
screen $40 386-423-7599

TABLE SAW 10" on
stand very good cond.
$45. 386-756-0587 S Vol
TABLE, Air hockey,
sportcraft turbo, good
condition $200,
386-290-6356/767-8512
TABLE, wrought iron w/
chairs $75, wood potato
bin $15, woman or man's
bike $20, 386-236-8550
TOTAL GYM plan. mdl
all access. $100. 18' stif-
fy push pole $100.
386-663-7257 S Vol
TREADMILL, Pro-Form
495Pi, Exerciser, $200
Firm, 386-677-0573 Vol
TV RCA color w/remote
$30. 25" small fridge
Kenmore $25.
386-426-6976 S Vol
TV, GE- 27", Color Tab-
letop, w/ remote, & VCR
GE w/ remote & manuals,
$100 both 386-423-1715
TV, MAGNAVOX- Color,
27", 2 yrs old, with re-
motes, great condition,
$100 each, 386-233-4057
TV, PANASONIC, Color,
20", w/remote, $35, HD
DirecTV rec' box, need
card $30 386-428-2437


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little, exc cond. guaran-
teed, $50 386-756-8338

TYPEWRITER UNDER-
WOOD portable ex cond
$25. 386-756-9786 S Vol

VACUUM, SEARS- w/
micron filtration system,
inc all attachments, $60,
like new, 386-441-2244

VCR new stereo 4 head
$75. Heavy duty massag-
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inch thick, 10 inch+ wide,
Kiln dried, 43 board feet,
$193, 386-682-6390

WASHER DRYER hot-
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model white like new can
deliver $120.
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capacity, matched pair
$200 386-424-6783 Vol

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WET SUITS new 3/2 mm
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$90. mens smi $100.
386-672-1187 N Vol

WHEEL CHAIR TRANS-
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WOMEN'S CLOTHING -
Lrg(+)size. 30 pcs. $2ea.
Wood Desk 42"x16" $30.
386-760-5453

XMAS TREE 9' slim fold-
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$1600 Sell for $500. ea.
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LIGHTED CURIO $40.
2 dining uph. chairs on
rollers $25 pr. Sm. maple
dropleaf table $25. 2-
Microwave carts $25ea.
Lg. walker w/wheels $45.
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Admiral, electric, 2 years
new, perfect cond. $450.
Microwave perfect $25.
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WICKER FURN white
whole house. Dining
table with 8 chairs $400.
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oak floors, Spanish tile.
Walk to Coronado school
shops, kayak park, res-
taurants. Park like setting
with pool. $189k/offer
386-589-8100
NSB-MARINERS COVE
Sun 11/25, 3700 S. At-
lantic Ave. Studio Condo
Many to choose from.
Call 386-427-4126
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BEST PRICED Water-
front Home in Area- Boat
dk, lift, scr. pool, sur-
round this deep water
canalfront, 3BR ranch.
145 Coral Cr. S. Daytona
$499,900. Call Lorraine
Sheldon, GHI Realty for
appt. 386-257-0723
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Turnball Bay front home.
CBS Intracoastal access,
dock, spectacular sun-
sets, double lot. 3bd/2ba/
2cg with workshop, gour-
met kitchen, Terrazzo &
tile floors. New metal
roof, $497,000 best deal
on water! 386-478-9687




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studio. Secure 5th fl, sips
4, furnished, storm doors,
granite kitchen, balcony,
pool, jacuzzi. $185K obo
912-658-2426 / 655-7296

DAYTONA BEACH SH
3br/3ba, 3425 S. Atlantic
#1906. Beautifully furn.
19th floor Oceanfront/Riv-
er views. $689,000 or
rent. Save on commis-
sion! Owner Financing.
30 year amortization.
724-991-1979






DAYTONA ..Beach
Shores for quick sale.
Owner reduces sales
price by $130,000 below
owners cost. Priced now
at $250,000. Fully
furnished Oceans 5
condo. 21st floor
penthouse 2-br/2-ba
Oceanfront & Halifax
River View. Enclosed
parking. 407-321-2007

DAYTONABEACH
shores- Oceanfrt studio -
"Ocean Breeze". 6th fir.
$149,900obo To view :
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FLOATING CONDO-
Beautiful 37ft sail boat,
sleeps 4 adults in 3 beds,
w/galley & head. Docked
in Daytona off'Beach St.
Slip avail, but xtra. Com-
pletely refurb. in last 2
yrs. $46,500/offer Call
Bob 407-782-2333 for pic
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH
For quick sale owner
reduces sales price by
$110,000 below owner's
cost. Priced now at
$450,000. Fully furnished
Sunrise condo complex.
2-br/2-ba, Oceanfront
with Beautiful ocean
view. 407-321-2007

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OCEANFRONT CONDO
3851 Atlantic Ave, Unit
201. 3/3/2 2680SF w/
bonus room. Assist 2 Sell
Premier Realty
386-323-7199


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WOW! PORT ORANGE
lakefront attached end
unit w/2screen/enclosed
porches 2BR/2BA updat-
ed. $138,9001 Call Anne,
Adams Cameron & Co.
386-334-0859
STUART Montego Cove
1stfi 2-br/2-ba 1506 sqft
On lake glass lani many
upgrades gated, tennis
pools. 55+ active comm.
$178,000, 772-283-8919
see photos online at
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THE PENINSULA con-
dominium 2 & 3 bedroom
direct ocean front units.
2545 S. Atlantic. Great
selection. Motivated Sell-
ers. 386-451-1269 Jack
Hassen Bldg Mgr.& Lis.
Real Est Broker.



Alexander Real Estate
Jeanne & Glenn Bush
386-690-9018/690-9017
Edgewater-3b/2b/2cg
large home/yard on nice
St., spa, wet bar, indoor
grill & more $272,480.
Edgewater- 3b/2b/2cg
'99 home w/wood firs,'
open/ split plan, fenced
backyrd. $189,000
Oak Hill 4b/2.5b/2cg+
1.1 acre lot, 3 levels
w/basement $270,000.
New Smyrna Bch-3b/2b
'02 home, 1+ 'fenced
acre, cabana w/spa, pole
barn, private oasis
$275,000
New Smyrna Bch-
4b/3.5b/2cg, 2 story on
2.5 acres, in-law suite,
pool, best of country liv-
ing $399,000
New Smyrna Bch-
3b/2.5b (2) Turnbull Bay
2-story golf course view
townhomes, never occu-
pied, $268,000 ea.
DAYTONA LPGA
CREATIVE FINANCING
allows you to own with
$12,000 down. New
3/2/2, granite counters,
scr. patio, near
golf/club house ,
$269,000 407-463-9890


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Daytona Bch $145,900
3/2/1 1491 sf. Large
kitchen, ceramic tile fir,
security system, finced
yard. Call Anica Scho-
berer, Coral Shores Re-
alty 386-290-8602

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Daytona Bch $145,900
3/2/1 -' 1582sf. Covered
entry, open fir plan, vault-
ed ceilings, kit w/island.
alarm system. Anica
Schoberer, Coral Shores
Realty 386-290-8602






Daytona Bch $164,900
3/2/2 1874sf. Spacious
open fir plan, walk in
closets, large lot, vaulted
ceil Anica Schoberer,
Coral Shores Realty
386-290-8602

DAYTONA BEACH Es-
tate By Ocean Reduced
$100,000. Beautiful yard
& patios. Hrdwd floors,
fans, fireplace & huge
windows. 2600sqft. 3bd/
2ba Plus rental unit. Un-
der comp. 414-467-9209

DAYTONA BEACH, New
Homes $159,900. 3/2
Garage DOWN PAY-
MENT ASSISTANCE
AVAIL. 726 Ruth St. Call
Shawn Matthews @
Re/Max All Pro Realty
386-295-1896

DAYTONA BEACHSIDE.
Ideal location, nice neigh-
borhood! Just off intra-
coastal on private cul-
de-sac. 3/3, 2 fireplaces.
Wood floors, Irg shaded
lot. $550K 386-767-5015

DAYTONA BIKERS Wel-
comed 215 Fairview
Ave, 4/2/1 1768sf. Assist
2 Sell Premier Realty
386-323-7199

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DAYTONA- Owner
financing 923 Essex Rd
2 or 3 bedroom, 1 bath,
nice. $110,000 For sale
by owner/realtor.
386-441-8262
EDGEWATER BY OWN-
ER nice stucco/brick,
3bd/2ba/lcg, fenced
yard. New paint carpet
and tile. $145,500.
386-235-3459/763-9991
EDGEWATER Must sell
well maintained, 3/2, fire-
place, vaulted ceilings,
new irrigation system,
appl.,& flooring. Fenced
yd, 80x125 lot. $169,900
386-690-0965
EDGEWATER-Gorgeous
custom Key West style
home! Spacious rooms.
Water view of Indian Riv-
er Lagoon. $675,000.
First Realty, Inc.
321-626-0040





HOLLY HILL 3-4 BR hm
in superb cond. -newer
everything + 150ft. deep
yard. Generator/Hm war-
ranty $182,900! Call
Anne, Adams Cameron
& Co. 386-334-0859

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IN-LAWS WELCOME
4br,3ba, scr. pool & pan-
oramic water views! A
perfect in-law setting. 3
car garage. A must Seel
Great Port Orange loca-
tion! $614,900
www.HomesByCyndi.com
Cyndi McFarran, RE/Max
All Pro Realty
386-788-1974






NEW SMYRNA BEACH
211 Dune Circle. North
Beach. 3/2/2 3 level
cottage. Stone fireplace,
screen porches. View of
Ocean. Drastically
Reduced $580,000
386-847-2188

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FORT PIERCE Lake-
wood Park, new custom
built CBS, 3br/2ba/2cg.
Upgrades. 7508 Geor-
gias Road, $164,900 Call
772-466-7290 for appt.
NEW SYMRNA BEACH-
SIDE Home 2/2 walk to
beach. Won't last long.
Call Eva Fifer @ Wei-
chert Realtors
386-314-6877
NEWSMYRNA BEACH
bungalow 2 blks from golf
couse, 4bd/3ba, all mar-
ble & granite/oak cabinet
kit & mother-in-law kit,
fplc, wood firs, 30x30 ga-
rage+carport. Possible
$1000/ mo rm rental +
owner maintains resi-
dence; 2 w/d, Ig lot for
parking. $165,000.
386-847-6938
NSB Lowest Price in
Tymber Trace 2/2 split pl.
on lake. High ceilings, 2
CG. Owner finance. Call
Eva Fifer @ Weichert
Realtors 386-314-6877






ORANGE CITY CHARM-
ER. 3/2. Historic home
on 1.76 acres, fenced.
Garage w/ separate
200Amps. Owner financ-
ing/trade. Open Sat. 1-3.
$299,900. 525 W. Blue
Springs Ave. Owner/
Agent. 386-689-3436.
ORMOND BEACH 1040
N. Beach St. 1700 sqft.
3bd/2ba/2cg, sprinklers,
storm shutters, 2mi from
ocean. Call for more de-
tails. 386-749-2551
ORMOND BEACH- 77
Becon Tree Ct. 4/2 1664
sf. Tymber Creek home.
Fireplaces, deck, screen
porch. $199,000. Assist 2
SSell Premier Realty
386-323-7199

ORMOND BEACH-
BreakawayTrails. 59 Car-
riage Creek Way. Ele-
gant custom designed,
3/2, granite countertops,
,stainless steel appls,
fireplace,sec.system,
encl.pool.$299,000 Call
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JUST REDUCED 452
Sauls St. 3/2/1, 1152 sf.
POOL home $179,900.
Assist 2 Sell Premier
Realty 386-323-7199
ORMOND LAKEVIEW
3/2/2 contemporary reno-
vated jewel. $239,900,
terms. Owner/agent Judy
Spencer Adams/ Camer-
on & Co REALTORS
386-451-1862
ORMOND TOMOKA ES-
TATES CBS
3 bd / 3 b a/ 2 c g
Mother-in-law apt. with
sep. entrance. New appl.
thru-out. Over 3000sqft.
1/2 Acre treed'lot. Lrg AC
woodshop. Final reduc-
tion $215K Possible own-
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pletely updated, security
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tesian well & pond. Ap-
praised $210K, sell
$159,900. 321-727-7786

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EDGEWATER 2BR/1BA
CBS Between US1 &
River. Nice big yard.
Must See! 386-427-2051

PALM BAY SE CBS pool
home on 1/2 acre. 3/2/2,
1832sf. all tiled. Screen
porch. Better than new!
$198K. 321-728-3457
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PALM CITY, 3/3/2
Cobblestone 1/2 acre
corner lot, lake & golf
view, scrnd pool, Jacuzzi,
vaulted ceilings no
membership rqd. $514K
Call Pat 561-876-1885







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ESTATE SPECIALIST
WHY WAIT? Call Susan
Now! 386-569-1569 Visit
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A1A Realty & Dev.,Inc.

PONCE INLET 119 Mar-
ie Drive 3bd/2ba, 1850
sq ft. many upgrades,
nearly 1/2 acre lot.
$319,000. Accepting of-
fers. 386-290-5901
PORT ORANGE 3564
Red Pontiac Dr. 3/2 1577
sf. Formal DR, LR, en-
closed FL rm. $223,500.
Assist 2 Sell Premier
Realty 386-323-7199
PORT ORANGE 405
Grant St. 2/2, 1625 sf.
Close to US 1. Huge fncd
yd. Lrg util. rm. $160,000.
Assist 2 Sell Premier
Realty 386-323-7199





PORT ORANGE HOME
4/2/2 home in the groves.
CB const. Iv/dn& fm room
eat in kit., inside laundry
$235,900 386-451-9858
Make offer!! Joseph
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Reduced by $100,000
3bd/2ba/2cg Brand New
immaculate. A must
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6804 Stoneheath Lane
386-682-1131

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PORT ST. LUCIE WEST

Lake Forest gated comm
with pool, spa & gym
3br/2ba/2cg. 1/4 Acre
Near schools, 1-95 & trpk.
Tile flooring, carpeted
master br, Upgraded
appliances. 3 yrs old.
$199,000. 561-212-2562.
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S. DAYTONA Golfview
handyman special! 4BR/
1760 LA SF concrete blk
home. $129,500. Call
Anne, Adams Cameron
& Co. 386-334-0859





SO. DAYTONA Com-
pletely renov. top to bot.
roof to fir. 3br/2ba, full
appi pkg. Seller will pay
upto $5000 of close cost.
$149,900: RE/MAX All
Pro JERI NEHALL
386-763-0607
SOUTH DAYTONA 2 BR
Home. Central A/C New
Roof, Paint, Kitchen,
Bath, Reduced $109,900
Check Out 510 Blake.
Quick Occupancy! Call
Shawn Matthews @
Re/Max All Pro Realty
386-295-1896





SPACIOUS OPEN Floor
Plan, 2br,2ba, could be 3
br. Screen porch, fence
yard, many upgrades,
garage.. Seller will pay
$2000close cost @ full
price $149,000. RE/ MAX
All Pro, JERI NEHALL
386-763-0607
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Personal DVD Player,
Under counter TV radio,
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Dec.lst 7am-lpm. 1604
Royal Palm Dr. Edgewa-
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VERO BEACH Majestic
Oaks, Gated community
3br/2ba/2cg, Brand new
appliances. Community
pool: Sale or rent.
772-569-4210/581-8829



HOLLY HILL single story
2/2 townhome, must seel
$144,000 Judy Spencer
Adams/ Cameron & Co.
Realtors. 386-451-1862





NEW SMYRNA $145,000
Relax in your pondfront
villa after a round of golf.
2BR/2BA. Mins to beach.
Steve Jones, Weichert,
Realtors 386-690-5582
ORMOND BEACH- Villa
Ground level lbd/lba,
furnished, part of triplex,
pool, tennis, shuffle-
board. $135,000 Call
Elaine Hemeke
386-843-9355 Weichart
Realtor Hallmark Prop-
erties Ormond Beach
ORMOND VILLA 1/1
Steps to beach. Addition-
al room w/entrance. Pre-
ferred laidback area.
Pools. No noisy condotell
Lowest fees. A must
See! Must Sell! $124,900
Offer. 386-344-2600
SO DAYTONA, Mint con-
dition TH, 2br, 2 story.
Private yard. $154,900.
Full appliance pkg. Call
Shawn Matthews @
Re/Max All Pro Realty
386-295-1896
SPRUCE CREEK FLY
IN Golf Villa 3/2/2 Exc.
cond. New AC, fireplace,
wet bar, screened lanai,
all appl. Comm. pool, fur-
nished or furnished. Gat-
ed Comm. $185,000/offer
Kevin 386-295-1098







DAYTONA BEACH
DUPLEX Lakefront 2/2 1
car gar., Formal DR,LR,
new appl., encl. porch.
Great Family Loc. move
in cond. $165,000. Owner
/Realtor Josephine for
directions 386-846-2041
EDGEWATER 1/2duplex
2/2/1, 1032 sqft, Ig shed,
new architectural rf,
75x166lot fenced backyd
on cul-de-sac. RVsite
30amp hk-up. $139,900.
386-314-9966 By appt.

PORT ORANGE Duplex
Must See. 2/2 New roof,
carpet, AC. Fresh paint in
& out. Sod & pump. Nev-
er get locked out again
with the coded single ga-
rage door opener. Patio
Call for appt. 386-767-
9403 $150,000 nego.
No Realtors Please. See
ad # 46656 for photo on-line
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EDGEWATER Large
res. lot. High & Dry, util at
steet Partially cleared,
waiting for a new home.
Owner finance. Eva Fifer
@ Weichert Realtors
386-314-6877
GAINESVILLEIOCALA
Area, 1 acre. Beautiful
country setting. Owner fi-
nancing, No down pay-
ment! Only $307/mo
$29,900 352-215-1018
land-owner-financing corn
LAKEWOOD PARK
Numerous -lots for sale.
Starting at $29,900. Call
for more information.
772-466-7290
NC MOUNTAIN
CABIN & RIVER -
New log cabin shell on
secluded mountain,
$99,900. Acreage on
scenic river... swimming,
fishing & more. Access
lots $39,900. Riverfront
$99,900.828-652-8700
PALM CITY- 1/2 acre
Cobblestone, On lake &
golf green, high/dry with
existing bldg pad. $199K
call Pat 561-876-1885
PORT ORANGE 2 1/2
acre lot, cleared & fenced
On Old Samsula Road
Zoned RA. $180,000 Call
386-451-7523
WEST KENTUCKY -
Famous Christian Coun-
ty. 430ac, prime trophy
deer & turkey hunting.
Ground loaded with tim-
ber! Other large & small
parcels available,.
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An Age Restricted Community
100% Palm Harbor Homes
Feature Home
2000 2/2, $89,900
1067 sq.ft. Low Rent
2004- 2/2, $119,900
Cul-de-sac with golf
2002 2/2, $128,900


1480 sq.ft. w/den
2004 2/2, $134,900
HDcap prepared w/den
2003 3/2, $144,900
Golf/Water/Garage
2004- 3/2, $154,900
2223 sq.ft. corner lot
2001 3/2, $162,900
1984 sq.ft. w/golf
2001 3/2, $183,000
Former Model w/ Golf ao
2003 3/2, $198,500
Golf/Water/Garage

Call for more listings!
Doug@cranelakes.com
www.cranelakes.com
386-304-0983
1888-325-25371


EDGEWATER LAND-
ING: 55+ Intracoastal
Comm 2/2 w/wood burn-
ing FP. Att. workshop, in-
side Idry. Full amen. Eva
Fifer @ Weichert Real-
tors 386-314-6877
HARBOR OAKS 55+
Comm. on Lake Griffin;
Clubhse, pool, spa, low
maint. fees. Water/sewer,
trash, lawn care. Many to
choose from. For Details
Sharon 352-326-5652

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FISHERMANGETAWAYI
Riverfront comm. boat
ramp& boat storage. Well
maintained & updated.
Land &mineral rights incl.
Sharon Stilson, Weichert
Realtors 386-689-4432
HACIENDA DEL RIO -
Beautiful Palm Harbor
3/2 totally redone. Corner
choice lot w/2000sf home
w/view of lake & foun-
tains (without lake lot fee)
Dbl garage w/air, dble
carport, custom window
treatments, new carpet,
plaster walls repainted. 2
new baths, wood burning
fireplace, FL rm 1.8x20 w
heat & air. 2 clubhouses
w/pools, 2 piers, stocked
lakes, gym, tennis crts,
boat and RV storage. Af-
fordable Insurance.
Asking $125K. Must see
and make offer. 547 Rio
Grande 386-690-4434 /
690-4436 Open 1-4pm,
on Sunday.
Open House Sun. 2-5
2051 Pioneer Trail #156
NSB 55+Comm.3bd/lba,
furn., carport, FL Rm, 2
sheds, priv. backyard on
canal. $8,000 /Offer
3 86-42 3-0685/
239-209-4551.
ORMOND BEACH
MODULAR BEAUTY By
Owner. 80 Foot, 3bd/2ba,
walk-in closet, garden
tub, cathedral ceilings,
fireplace & much more!
1997 like new. Asking
$54,900 or Reasonable
Offer. 386-673-9085
PALM HARBOR 4br/2ba
Tile Floor, Energy Pack-
age, Deluxe loaded. Over
2,200 sq ft. 30th Anniver-
sary Sale Special. Save
$15,000. Free Color Bro-
chures. 800-622-2832
PORT ORANGE
Crane Lakes. 1500+sf,
10x26 screen porch.
Water/golf course view.
3br/2ba. $129,000.
386-322-2238



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Arkansas- Hot Springs
Double lot on corner, near
Lake Balboa, 120'x140' &
142'x101' $60,000 neg
Retirement comm w/Am-
menties. 561-386-5456
COLORADO, 5 Acres,
Near Ski Resort, Lake &
Hunting. Mountains
Views! Level & Buildable.
On County maintained
roads. $300 down $95
/month $7,900 Total. Al-
so Available, 35 acres.
1-505-770-6451
DOCKABLE LAKE-
FRONT w/ LOG CABIN
only $89,900. Fish from
your front porch (2,100
sq. ft log home package)
on wooded lakefront in
park-like setting. Gor-
geous Tennessee lake in
private community. Ex-
cellent financing. Call
now 888-792-5253 x1651
DRASTICALLY
REDUCED
Private Wooded Parcel
With Onsite Boatslip -
$39,900. Motivated Seller
wants quick sale. Ideal
Climate, situated near
Watts Bar Lake just out-
side Knoxville, TN, Spec-
tacular Views, Privacy.
E-Z terms. 866-444-5253


EAST CENTRAL
GEORGIA
33 AC $79,900/AC
Just off US Hwy 1,


residential, recreation
creek, planted pine,
hardwoods
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com





ELLIJAY GA 2200sf
manufactured home on
2+/- acres w/creek. 800
sf covered porch, stone
fireplace, ss appliances.
$139,900 404-512-0789
www.galandhome.com

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BUY TIMESHARE Re-
sales SAVE 60-80% OFF
RETAIL!! Best resorts &
seasons. Call for FREE
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GA Land 147ac Great
Horse Farm! 30ac,
Coastal Bermuda/50ac,
pasture. Bal pine/hdwds.
2 Ponds/yr-round Branch/
Fenced. Mins to Lake
Oconee. Below Mkt!
$885k Ed 706-817-9314
GEORGIA (CENTRAL)
riverfront, hunting land,
country homes, farm land.
159 acres w/ riverfrontage
www.routhrealtors.com or
Call 229-868-0158
GEORGIA BLUE RIDGE
10 acres, 3-br/2-ba frame
house, 12 years old.
Great garden & mountain
view, $375,000. Mt. Town
Realty 1-800-488-2815
see High Definition slide
show @ www.Hometown
NewsOL.comad #46111
GEORGIA MINI FARMS
5 acres to 50 acres
Washington County.
The best investment
plan: buy land! LOW
TAXES! Beautiful weath-
er year round! Financing.
Starting $4,400/acre.
706-364-4200
GEORGIA PARADISE!
3ac. Riverfront & 3ac. riv-
er access lots Rock
Springs Estates. Gated
boat ramp on Oconee riv-
er. Hardwoods, U.G.
power, paved streets,
$9500/ac.
Owner 912-529-6198
ILLINOIS 240 acres
Hunting/tillable farm land.
Pond, barns, Big oak &
walnut trees, 1/2 mile of
creek running through
property. 217-357-4254
KENTUCKY LAND
Blow Out Sale!
Special interest rates
*1AC. Beautiful tract
$500/down, $96/mo
(7%). *5ACS. $900/down
$199/mo (7.5%).
*3ACS. Beautiful pond,
$750/down, $168/mo
(7.5%). 270-791-2538
LAKE ERIE ACREAGE
Beautiful 5+ acres,
ready to build on.
County water. 1 mile to
lake Close to Geneva,
OH. $47,500. Owner,
Financing 330-699-5723
LAKE WALES
55+ Resident Owned
MH Community,
No Lot Rent.
Open House 12/8/07
$10,000 Discount.
Clubhouse, pool, hottub,
shuffleboard & horse-
shoes, many amenities.
1-866-273-5290
www.OrangeAcresRanch
.com C588@Clayton.net
LAND FOR SALE
Invest in quality land with
only $500. No credit
needed.
1-877-983-6600
www.FloridaLotsUSA corn
Lovely 4BR/2.5Ba, 2400
sf home on approx. 2
acres in Perry, Fla.- a
small rural town approx.
50 miles SE of Tallahas-
see. Beautiful pool & pa-
tio area w/tall privacy
fence, gazebo w/hottub.
Reduced- $239,000. Call
386-658-3378 or cell
386-208-2589. (fsbo)
Miami 4Bdr/ 3Bath,
$79,500. This Foreclo-
sure Priced to Sell Now!
800-774-0533.
N CAROLINA Sylva.
New 3/2 LR w fireplace
DR & kitchen nook. Rear
deck, Tile, carpet &
Hickory floors. SS appis
$275,000 828-645-8516
N GA MTNS Ellijay
Developers/investors,
10.12 +/- acres, 8 land
lots. Res/multi-family
Wells, septic, elec, roads.
$450,000 706-635-4386
see High Definition slide
show at www.
HometownNewsOL.com
ad # 45853
N. Georgia 1 AC Mtn.
Lot Hiawassee GA. Lake
View. Owner Financing-
Avail. $125,000 Owner
Agent. 706-435-9902
Southern Heritage Land
N. GEORGIA 4-13ac
Mtn. Lots in Jasper. Mtn.
Views. Owner Financing
Avail. $9,500/AC Owner-
Agent 706-635-2654
Southern Heritage-Land
NC LAND: 43acs. Near
Raleigh. Mile-long huge
waterway, 1100sf
Cedar-sided home, 3
homesites total, deer,
ducks, fish, AWESOME:
$319,990.
WE'LL FLY YOU HERE!
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$50,000 This Foreclosure
Won't Last Long! Call
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NC LOG CABIN
Beautiful 2BR/ 2BA, fully
furnished w/ wrap-around
deck & hot tub. Like Newl
Rental Income! Great
investment-Smoky Mtns.
321-432-1557 $175,000
NC LOTS & LAND
NEAR CHARLOTTE.
1 to 10 acres. Low taxes.
Starting $22K. Country-
tyme 704-483-1457
NC MOUNTAIN
CABIN & RIVER.
Secluded new log cabin
shell. $99,900. Acreage
on scenic river,... Access
lots, $39,900. Riverfront,
$99,900. 828-652-8700
NC MOUNTAINS Owner
Must sell Custom 1288
sq. ft. log cabin. Great
mountain views, minutes
to Lake James, Easy fin-
ish. Now only $79,900,
you finish. 866-738-5522
Broker





NC, BOSTIC 5/3 Moun-
tain retreat. Private gated
community. 1.8+acres w/
option of 3.5acres. 90ft
waterfall. Beautiful views.
$499,900 407-230-3600
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
Asheville areas finest
gated community! Beauti-
ful 2 to 6 acre tracts. Fan-
tastic views& homesites.
Great access, adjoins
Smoky Mountain National
Park. Starting $149,500.
1-800-364-3720
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
E-Z to finish Log Cabin
with .69 acres $89,900.
Mountain homesites 1-18
acres w/dramatic views.
Waterfront homesites
with 2-5 acres. E-Z fi-
nancing. 828-247-9966
NORTH FLORIDA Land
& homes Lake City, Wide
range of properties, 30
miles North of Gaines-
ville. Beautiful area. For
color brochure
800-754-4531 www.
northfloridahomeland.com
North Georgia- Sum-
merville. 165ac. in pas-
ture. Fenced, ideal for
peach orchard/vinyard.
Joined to paved county
orchard with county wa-
ter. Will divide. Owner
financing. $6,500/ac
706-889-0763
to view our photos visit
www.hometownnewsol.c
om (ad # 46655)
NW GEORGIA Ellijay
19-72ac. tracts. Pastures,
horse farms, creeks,
huge springs, abundance
of wildlife. Paved road.
Great for development.
72ac. joins US Forrest
Service 3/4 mile. Starting
at $12,500/ac & up.
706-273-9501 or
706-635-7867
OHIO RIVER VIEW 83
Acres w/5 bay building.
St. Mary's WV.
$189,900. 260 Acres
mostly wooded w/ 1/2
mile of frontage on the
Muskingum River.
$549,000 Owner Financ-
ing. 740-260-2282
S. Carolina Acreage Al-
most 3 acres, beautiful
homesite, lightly wood-
ed, fronts paved road.
No impact feel Perfect
get-a-way! $27,900. Low
Down, Owner Financ-
ing. 803-473-7125
SC Mountain Land
100Ac at the top of Wal-
nut Cove Mountain. Util-
ities in place $499K. 5 Ac
on Paris Mountain next to
Greenville SC $190,000
Great view from both!
864-506-0416
www.jenksincrealty.com
SC, McCormick, Savan-
nah Lakes Village 0.68
acres, wooded lot on
lake. 2 golf courses, 2
pools, tennis, great fish-
ing & hunting $55,000
321-953-4742




SOUTH CAROLINA
Williamston. Ranch style
all brick 2206sq ft 3/2
1+ acre corner lot Family
room, office, C/H/A New
apples. Low taxes.
$145,000 561-685-8574


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Large furn. room in quiet
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trance&bath. W/D, refrig,
includes, everything. Per-
fect for working non
smoker. No pets $105wk.
386-679-7520, 427-8796



BETHUNE BEACH
2bd/2ba, no deposits
n e c e s s a r y ,
$300wk./$1200mo All
utilities incl. Pets ok.
386-689-9824
DAYTONA BEACH
Oceanfront rental $850
-$950 month. Furnished
studio, utilities incl.
386-233-5279
DAYTONA BEACH RIV-
ER FRONT. River House
Condo. Completely re-
modeled. 3 bedroom, 2
bath. $1100/month 1st,
last& sec. 386-304-1419
DAYTONA BEACH- Riv-
erfront condo near Belair
Plaza, clean & quiet
2bd/2ba, 2nd fl, balcony
w/riverview. Ceiling fans,
ice maker, microwave,
water, cable, pest incl.
Riverside Condos 3
pools, 2 docks, no pets.
$750/mo Move in special
386-29 5-9 182
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DAYTONA BEACH- Wa-
terfront, new condos in
gated community. Pool,
jacuzzi, fitness center,
fully furnished, upgraded
appliances. 2br/2ba
$1295/mo. or lbr/lba
$950/mo Utilities includ-
ed. 321-356-1503
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
1blk to beach, laundry rm
C/A/H, 1 yr lease. No
pets. 1BR, $625. Studio
$525. Plus sec. and ref-
erences. 386-547-3365



DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
2br/lba. Friendly neigh-
borhood. Walk to beach
and everything! Free ca-
ble/parking. Priv. house.
$675/mo + sec. deposit.
407-782-8593.
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE

clean, quiet, $495/mo.
inclds all; 2br/2ba office,
FL & utility rooms, central
heat/ac, clean, quiet,
$925/mo. 386-334-4652
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
Terrific location, recently
updated 2/1.5, near shop-
ping & beach. Pet friend-
ly. $750/mo Inclds cable
& water. 386-760-2324
DAYTONA CONDO
2bd/2ba, balcony, on golf
course, pool, 2nd floor.
New carpet, tile & paint.
Water included $650/mo.
plus sec. 386-788-9405
DAYTONA TURKEY
Rodders. Studio apt,
ocean view, full kitchen, 2
double beds restaurant, 3
day min $75/day +
deposit Monthly rates
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DAYTONA7ORMOND
border 1 bd furnished
lovely oceanfrt building,
completely renovated.
Across from Belair Plaza.
30' balcony over looks
ocean. 386-672-3162
EDGEWATER 2bd/lba,
eat in kitchen, washer/
dryer hookup, pets ok,
$650/mo. $650 sec. $200
water dep. 386-424-0676
EDGEWATER Upper
2bd/lba, Ig eat In kit, w/d
incl., pets ok, $625/mo
$625/sec $200 water
dep. 386-424-0676
EDGEWATER-Direct
Waterfront. Large 1bd,
furn/unfurn,laundromat,
decks,slips,fishing docks,
close to everything.
Mo./wkly. 386-423-6240
HUTCHINSON ISL- 55+,
1200 Colonnades Dr.
1br/1ba, All Amenities &
Boat Dock. Completely
Remodeled. $600/mo
Ann. or $750/Seas. 3 mo
minimum 828-226-2566
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NEAR BELLAIR PLAZA
2bd/1.5ba. 1st floor. Near
pool. Water & cable incd.
Fishing dock. No pets.
$800/month plus $50
applfee. 386-673-9823
NEW SMYRNA Water-
front 2bd/2ba, furnished,
waterway west, pool,
cable, patio, dock, boat
slips, small pet ok.
Lease w/option.
$1000/mo 407-687-7417
NORTH PALM BCH:
Exclusive Intercoastal life-
style, Beautiful gated, 2nd
fir 2br/2ba, pool. Close to
- Marina & Yatch Club.
$1250/mo LP Real Estate
Svcs, Leo 561-254-3855
ORMOND BEACH
1bd/1ba. Utilities includ-
ed. Basement storage
available. $750/mo 1st,
last,, sec. 386-405-6854
or 386-672-9312
ORMOND BEACH- 2
bedrm, 2 bath, like new,
ground fl., washer/dryer
hookup pool/tennis $950
mo. incis all util.except
elec. 386-405-3225
PALM COAST Oceanfrt.
condo, Surf Club ll,gated,
pool, fitness rm.,1500sf.
3bd/2ba, 4th fir. Furn. &
unfurn. $1350/mo+util.
No Pets. 951-907-4231



PORT ORANGE waters
edge lake front. Large
3bd/2ba, like new,
$1400/mo grass cutting
incl. 6771 Calistogo Cir-
cle Diplomatic Realty
386-453-4485


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SOUTH DAYTONA
2-br/2-bath. 1100 sq ft.
Washer/Dryer incl. Great
shape. Close to beaches.
$700 month. Call Mike
561-248-0175

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REASONABLE RENT-
ALS: Oceanfront, river-
front & penthouse from.
$800/mo. Call Becky or
Donna @ ERA Menu
Realty 386-258-5551
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Absolutely beautiful
2bd/lba, Ig living space,
laundry on premises,
assigned parking, abun-
dant personal pride.
Accepting Sec. 8
$625/mo 386-290-6740
/383-9989
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Bristol Bay Ready to
move in. 2nd fl. 2bd/2ba,
corner unit, covered pa-
tio, new paint. $800/mo.
305-527-4961
VERO BEACH Move in
special! Newly remod-
eled. 1 & 2 bdrms from
$600. Tile, new appl.
Close to beaches, parks
& Rest. 772-563-0013




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BEACHSIDE, 3/2/2, Big
living rm/kitch., family rm,
patio, priv. fence,2 biks to
beach. 4255 S. Peninsula
Dr., Wilbur By The Sea.
$1250/mo. 386-214-3477
BEAUTIFUL Beachside,
3/2,hot tub,hard wood firs,
W/D, garage, pet friendly,
$1150/mo. 2301 Crescent
Ridge (between Peninsu-
la/Atlantic).386-846-4745




CLEANSAFE DAYTONA
3bd/1.5ba 1800sqft. good
quiet location. Close to
colleges, hosp., airport, &
shops. Hardwood floors,
den with fireplace, central
AC/heat, laundry rm.
hook-up, Irg fenced back-
yard. 338 So. Seneca
Blvd. $900 monthly. Pets
okay 386-756-0640
DAYTONA LPGA New
3/2/2, Furn/Unfurn. Near
golf course,clubhouse.
Rent w/option to
buy$1390/mo+sec Lawn-
care incl. 407-463-9890
or 386-871-9187
DAYTONA BEACH A
Beautiful Country-City
look. Everything in excel-
lent cond. 2 bd, new car-
pet, new paint, 2 screen
,:,',:r,eci. '*V 5.'rnontr, 1st-
last-sec. 386-253-1533

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DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
1/2 blk to beach, Bellaire
area. 2B/1B/1CG, fenced
yard. Pets Nego. Call
386-214-4634
DEBARY LAKEFRONT -
4BR/2BA/Carport. New
hardwood floors, new
paint, W/D Incl. Close to
17-92, 1-4, shops & more.
$1300/mo. 386-668-6739
GREATER DAYTONA
AREA 2-3 bedroom
Homes & condos availa-
ble. Prices start @ $800
for both long & short term
rentals. Call Becky or
Donna @ ERA Menu
Realty 386-258-5551





BEACHSIDE
BOUCHELLE ISLAND
3/2 with Intra-coastal
view, $1,200/mo.

819 22nd STREET
Furnished, immaculate
1 BR, INCLUDES
EVERYTHING, even
cable. $1,100/mo.
SEA CREST CONDO
Prestige 2/2 condo,
pool, unsurpassed view,
$2,200/mo.
MINORCA
3/2 with lots of upgrades
$1,650/mo
SEACREST CONDO
2/2 with Fantastic Ocean
front View
$2,200/mo
NEW SMYRNA
BEACH
3502 VENETIAN VILLA
Lovely 4/2.5 in great
location $1,500/mo.
305 FIRST STREET
Brick 2/2 with garage in
residential area near
hospital. $1,000/mo.
PARKSIDE TOWNHOUSE
Brand New, End Unit,
Serene Setting
$1,500/mo.
1120 FAIRVILLA
2/1 Furnished, Great Golf
Location $800/mo.

EDGEWATER
3125 WILLOW OAK
Huge game room, tile
throughout, large yard,
$1,300/mo.
3216 INDIA PALM
Really cute 2/2, half
duplex with private yard.
$900/mo

1861 S. PINEDALE
DRIVE
3 Bedrooms, huge
rooms, large yard
$1,500/mo


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ISLESBORO 1/2 house
private ent. 2bd/lba, kit &
liv room,$750/mo.+ se-
curity, shared util. Small
pet ok. 386-427-6200
NEW SMYRNA Venetian
Bay Model new profes-
sionally decorated
4bd/3ba/3cg 4000+ sf,
gated cul-de-sac, lawn
-care incl. short/long term
$2250/mo 770-331-6405
ORMOND BEACH 55+
Gated Comm. 2bd/2ba,
appls., amenities, & lawn
service incld. Small pet
ok. $895/mo. + dep. 1st
last & ref. 386-677-6525
ORMOND BEACH
Beach House for Rent
Steps to the beach. 2/2/1
Fireplace, Florida room,
screened back patio,
front porch, ceramic
floors, carpet in bed-
rooms, sprinkler, washer
dryer, upgraded applian-
ces, pets negotiable,
$995/ month. Consider
short term lease to buy.
386-677-3844
ORMOND BEACH Hali-
fax Plantation 3bd/2ba
Eat in kitchen, apple. W/D,
extras Incd. lawn & pest.
No pets. $1900/mo +sec.
1 Yr lease. 386-871-8600
ORMOND BEACH
TRAILS 3bd/2ba/2cg.
fireplace, fenced yard.
Near clubhouse & pool
Avail. now $1200/mo
386-295-4972
ORMOND BEACH-
BreakawayTrails. 59 Car-
riage Creek Way. Ele-
gant custom designed,
3/2, granite countertops,
stainless steel appls,
fireplace,sec.system,
encl. pool. $1800/mo
1st&sec. Disc. avail.
Non-Smokers Call
386-677-8888


IENTNOW
PONCE INLET 119 Mar-
ie Drive. 3/2 large back
yard, long term. Pet
friendly. Incl. lawn maint.
$1200-$1500/mo
386-290-5901
PORT ORANGE 4br,
2ba, 2006 built dream
home. Granite/stainless/
impressive home. 5455
St. Regis Way. $1395.
mo, $1000 security. Call
Shawn Matthews @
Re/Max All Pro Realty
386-295-1896
PORT ORANGE Spa-
cious 3Br/2Ba/2CG. Scr.
porch, fireplace, LR, Den.
Great Schools & Shop-
ping. Located at 663 Reil-
lys Rd. $1100 mo + sec.
Call Steve 386-547-2853
PORT ORANGE Willow
Run, 3br/2ba/2cg, fenced
yard, shed, Cent AC/heat
$900. mo plus sec.+ util.
Available 12/31
386-304-5722
PORT ORANGE Deep
Forest. Spanish style, all
tile, 3/2 split level, screen
patio, large fenced yard,
excellent cond. $1175/mo
+ sec. 386-761-0257


PORT ORANGE Waters
edge. Lakefront 4/2/2,
2114sqft. grass cut incl,
$1350/ mo. 6603 Man-
sour Lane Diplomatic
Realty 386-453-4485
PORT ORANGEWaters
edge,Lakefront,New3bd
/2ba/2cg, all apple grass
cut incl., $1250/mo. 6795
Calistoga Cr. Diplomatic
Realty 386-453-4485
PORT ST. LUCIE West
"The Cascades" 55+
2/2/2 + Den, furnished,
on lake, W/D, clubhouse.
$1,250/mo. or $2,000/mo
Seasonal 772-873-8077
SCOTTSMOOR on
17acs. Horses welcome!
Beautiful 3br/2ba & sepa-
rate lbr/lba in law. Horse
trails behind property.
$1500/mo. 321-505-4231
SO. DAYTONA Water-
view, 1500sf., 3B/2B
/2CG, fenced yrd w/rm for
boat. Quiet neighbor-
hood, close to shopping,
1-4& 195.Credit & Backgrd
check. 1st, last & sec.
$1100. mo inclds lawn
care. 1 yr. lease. 150
Reef Rd. OPEN HOUSE
SUNDAY 10AM-IPM.
386-316-8050
SOUTH DAYTONA 2051
Brian Ave. (off Big Tree
Road) 3bd/1.5ba, work
shop, central air/heat,
lawn serv. incld. $900/mo
+$900dep, 386-677-0012




DAYTONA BEACH
SHORES 2/2.5/1 Ocean
and river views. W/D
hook-up. $1000/month +
sec. No Smoking, small
pet okay. 386-235-4473
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Venetian Bay, 2/2, lcg.
1684 sq. ft. see www.ve-
netianbay.info/. Rent
negotiable .
386-763-1836.
NEW SMYRNA Landings
of Sugar Mill Subdivision,
new 3bd/2.5ba/lcg, lake-
view,, comm. pool.
$1300/mo + sec incl.
yard main. 386-566-6265


AFFORDABLE
ORMOND BEACHSIDE
2 bdrm villas, from $695
/mo. Large yards, decks,
incl. w/d, water, lawn &
pest control. Nov. Special
1 year cable paid. Miller
Realtor 386-677-3002
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L.K IVING

ORMOND/HOLLY HILL ,
brand new, 2bd/2ba/lcg,
liv&din room, cov. lanai,
Ready. Rent/Lease pur-
chase avail. $1050/mo.
386-677-4882

PONCE INLET Light-
house Shores Tri-level
townhse w/ocean view.
2bd/2.5ba/lcg, 'w/d, bo-
nus room. Pet ok.
$950/mo 386-453-9571


PONCE INLET Ocean-
view 2/2, beautifully fur-
nished, 2-story condo.
Pool, garage, no smok-
ing, $1200/mo +sec.
Short or long term.
407-873-1564
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Townhome Absolutely
beautiful. 2bd/1.5ba,
addt'l storage avail. Pets
welcome. Accepting sect.
8. $725-$750/mo. incl ca-
ble. Abundant personal
pride.386-290-6740
/383-9989
VERO BEACH- Enjoy
your vacation in a two
story townhouse, exquisti-
ly furnished. Possibility of
sleeping 7, with 2.5 baths.
772-569-4210/581-8829



HALIFAX PLANTATION
Golf Villa, 3bd/2ba/2cg,
avail. Dec 1. $1300/mo/
min. 6 month lease incl.
yard maintenance. Pets
considered.386-676-9394




IMMACULATE DUPLEX
2bd/lba, w/d hook-up,
tile throughout, dining
area, kit, liv room, Ig
yard, $675/mo, dep $675,
water deposit $200.
386-409-2221
ORMOND BEACH- 2 Irg
bd/2ba/2cg, basement
storage space available.
$890/mo, 1st, last, sec.
386-405-6854/672-9312
ORMOND BEACHSIDE-
few steps from ocean.
1/1 beautifully furnished.
Porch & priv. garden. Off
street parking. Carport.
Lawn maintenance incl.
Quiet neighborhood.
$995/mo. Pets negotia-.
ble. Short term prices
avail, also. 386-677-3844
PORT ORANGE Pet
Friendly, 3br/2ba/lcg,
scr. porch, fenced yrd.
C/H/A, carpet. $1200 mo.
+utilities. 1st & security.
386-763-1747










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Ormond Beach


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Properties
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Office Space For
Rent 850 sq. ft.
OCENVIEW Premier
Beachside Location at
3500 S. Atlantic Ave,
New Smyrna Beach. Join
Ocean Properties Mgmt,
First American Title Ins.,
Nationwide Ins., Diversi-
fied Flooring, Accents on
You and Pampered
Pooch Parlor. Great visi-
bility location. Call Bill
Roe 386-428-0975

ORANGE CITY Office &
Office/ Warehse Spaces.
Exc.- loc. 12x12 warehse
drs. Light industrial.
Some brand new constr.
386-804-4306 anytime
PORT ORANGE Prime
retail/Proff. ClydeMorris &
Reed Canal. 2000-4000
sf. Ready to build out
now. Dir. Frontage. Exc.
Signage. 386-451-2731




HOLLY HILL 360 Walk-
er St. Commercial Office
Bid. 4 private offices +
priv. receptionist area.
2BA + kit. Recently re-
modeled. Lots of Parking.
$1200 mo 386-566-2928

Ocean
Properties
Management, Inc. 7
Office Space For
Rent 850 sq. ft.
OCENVIEW Premier
Beachside Location at
3500 S. Atlantic Ave,
New Smyrna Beach. Join
Ocean Properties Mgmt,
First American Title Ins.,
Nationwide Ins., Diversi-
fied Flooring, Accents on
You and Pampered
Pooch Parlor. Great visi-
bility location. Call Bill
Roe 386-428-0975

ORANGE CITY Office &
Office/ Warehse Spaces.
Exc. loc. 12x12 warehse
drs. Light industrial.
Some brand new constr.
386-804!4306 anytime




Tomoka Plaza
767 S Nova Road
Ormond Beach
$11.25 sq. ft.
1925 to 3,360 sq.ft.
(INCLUDES MAINTENANCE)
Recently Renovated
Affordable Terms
Avail. for g
Immediate IW
Occupancy '
(386) 677-9246


DAYTONA BEACH 55+
Comm. Muni. golf course,
pool, 2bd/2ba, new floors,
1100 sqft, water & cable
incd. Rent neg. No pets.
Call Bob 386-299-7541

DAYTONA BEACH Shrs
Oceanfront 2bd/2ba fully
furnished long term lease
$1800. Short term avail.
Possible lease option to
purchase. 386-453-7394

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- Friday, November 23, 2007


City blends elite shopping with scenic ambiance


BY JEANNINE GAGE
Staff writer,
Offering a plethora of gift
shops, art galleries and
unique shopping experi-
ences in a riverfront and oceanfront
setting, New Smyrna Beach is a great
place to get through holiday gift lists
without the stress of slogging through
malls and big box stores.
"Here, it can be a great experience,"
said Brian Murphy, president of the
Canal Street Historic District. "You can
stroll down to the river or beach. You
can have a meal in one of our restau-
rants. In other words, enjoy your day."
Concentrated in two shopping dis-
tricts Flagler Avenue on the beach-
side and Canal Street in downtown -
shops in the city are by large locally
owned and offer unique gift items not
to be found anywhere else.
Andy Pallemaerts, owner of Fox
Firestone Bicycle Shop on Canal
Street, said when people shop in the
locally owned stores, it is good for
them as well as the local merchants.
"The staff in these stores is skilled
and knows their products," he said.
"Therefore it's going to be a more
rewarding shopping experience for


people. And it's also good for the local
economy when profits aren't going to
some head office out of town. They get
re-circulated here locally."
New Smyrna Beach resident Jim
Snyder, 45, who was shopping in Fox
Firestone recently, agreed.
"Who wants some cheap Wal-Mart
gift?" he said. "Besides, Wal-Marts are
destroying little stores like this. I'd
much rather support local people and
get unique, handcrafted gifts at the
same time."
But Mr. Murphy said mostpeople
who enjoy having the locally owned
stores in town don't automatically
think of them when shopping for the
holidays or anytime.
"They're trained to think they have
to go to a mall or big store," he said.
"But they're going to have a much bet-
ter experience here."
The merchants are rolling out the
red carpet for shoppers this year. On
Saturday, Nov. 24, the monthly Art-
Walk on Flagler Avenue will feature
more than 120 artists showing their
wares on the street and all of the stores
and galleries will feature special gift
ideas for the holidays.
On the same day, Canal Street will
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When thinking of holiday gifts, why be normal?


BY JEANNINE GAGE
Staff writer

When thinking of holiday gifts,
visions of books, candles, c.d.s and
other "normal" items probably dance in
your head.
But why be normal?
Why not give gifts that are unique,
personalized and, some say, even "spiri-
tual"?
'Art is transcendent; it moves peo-
ple," said local artist Craig Cavaluzzi,
who owns Zone Gallery on the Ormond
Beach/Holly Hill border. "It can be
inspirational and last a lifetime."
Other artists agreed. Nicole Carni of
Galleria de Vitro on Flagler Avenue in
New Smyrna Beach, said not only can
giving art to loved ones be unique, it
can be completely personalized.
"We can match there colors in some-
one's house or their personality," Ms.
Carni, a glass blower, said. "We can
make anything for anyone."
And don't think you have to spend
thousands of dollars on art to make it
worthwhile.
"There's definitely a misperception
that it has to be expensive and by a well-
known artist," Mr. Cavaluzzi said.
"That's not true. It's the sentiment of
they buyer that means everything."


John Hostetter of Jonah's Cats Art
Gallery in New Smyrna Beach said giv-
ing art is perfect for the holidays.
"It's a time of celebration and happi-
ness," he said. "And art can make you
very happy."
Especially the art sold in Mr. Hostet-
ter's gallery. He and gallery co-owner
Samuel Ruder create colorful, whimsi-
cal paintings of cats, people and local
places. Mr. Hostetter said people come
in all the time and find a piece that
reminds them of a friend or family
member and buy that piece for them.
'Art has so much more qualitative
value than something you get at the
dollar store," he said. "It takes more per-
sonal thought to buy it for someone."
Jonah's Cats Art Gallery, like many
other place to buy art in the area, -has
gifts from $10 to several thousand dol-
lars. Cards, T-shirts, and prints of origi-
nal paintings all make great, unique
gifts, gallery owners say.
At TaDa Gallery on Flagler Avenue,
owners Susan Thornton and Jenny
Norado have created an art gallery with
the feel of a cozy gift store. At first
glance, you see items that seem similar
to things you may find at a chain store,
but on closer inspection, realize they
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Staff photo by Jeannine Gage
Nicole Carni of Galleria de Vitro on Flagler Avenue, adjusts some blown glass
ornaments hanging in the window. The Galleria de Vitro, like many local art gal-
leries and shops, sell many items such as these ornaments which make personal
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HOMETOWN NEWS


SFriday, November 23, 2007


Ideas for procrastinators (men)


BY TAYLOR MOORE
Staff writer
It seems that one of the ten-
dencies of the holidays is to bar-
rel all over town in a giant over-
sized vehicle, lashing together
last minute gift ideas on break-
neck deadlines.
"You heartless gimps!" you
scream out, nearly knocking over
two children crossing the street
on bicycles.
"Learn Where you're going in
my town," you shriek, peeling off
down the road before the police
can make you.
But to ease the stress that
comes with the holiday season,
Hometown News has put togeth-
er a "Last Minute Gift Guide" for
local residents.
For those individuals (men)
who procrastinated (forgot) to get
their loved ones (women) a great
gift (something over $100) Home-
town News has several last-
minute solutions.
When in doubt, of course, you
can always go with the failsafe
and head toward Kenny's Liquors
in Edgewater.


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Unique Jewelry and Gift Design offers a collection of authentic
replicas of Jackie Kennedy's jewelry with a certificate of authen-
ticity and lifetime warranty.


Kenny's is open 365 days a
year, owner Mitch Patel says, and
they offer great last-minute gift
ideas.
"We have many different
liquor and wine gift sets," Mr.
Patel said. 'As well, if you have a
gift bag that needs an extra item,
a bottle of wine or find liquor is
perfect."


Picture it: On Christmas night,
you and yours curl up in front of
the fire with one of Kenny's signa-
ture bottles and toast to the holi-
days.
We'll let your imagination take
it from there.
Of course, if your loved one
(wife) was hoping for something
a bit more material, shops in New


Still stumped? Try these merchants


A Lotta Scents Fragrance and
New Age Shop, Canal Street.
Infusion lamps. $201 to $80
Beachs de lewelers. Flagler Avenue.
Sterling siher jewelry uml MercurN
Mist crystals Rings. bracelets.
pendants, $129-$359.
Fox Fires(one Biccle Shop,
Canal Street.
Trek Puare Deliw:e 3 -peed bic cle,
$479.
The Gourmet Basket, Canal Street.
Breakfast basket filled wih kitchen
products like pumpkin pancake rnmx,
gourmet buner pecan syTup and
cranberry niarmaladl $50 and up.
Smyrna Beach such as The Wick-
er Basket Boutique. TaDa Gallery,
Palms Up Pottery, The Gourmet
Basket, A Lotta Scents Fragrance
and New Age Shop and Beach-
syde Jewelers offer unique gift
options to tickle her fancy.
In fact, several shops through-
out Volusia County will be open
both Christmas Eve and Christ-
mas Day for last-minute buyers.
Pure Skin and Body Care,
located on 725 W. Granada Blvd,


Palms Up Pottery,
Flagler Avenue.
Handmade mini Chip & Dip plate,
$34; Brie dish, $22; gift certificate for
6. week poner' clas!a. i195
Romesco's Cafe andWine Bar,
Canal Street.
Gift card for a meal or bottle of wine
after reopening.
TaDa Gallery, Flagler Avenue.
Soy candles, $5-$10; gemstone-
embellished flatware, $100-$200.
The Wicker Basket Boutique,
Flagler Avenue.
Reversible pashmina shawls in
several colors and prints, $32-$40.
will be open until 6 p.m. on
Christmas Eve and 8 p.m. on
Christmas Day shop owner Katia
Guzhva said.
"We will be offering gift cards
for massages, facials and all of
our other services," Mrs. Guzhva
said.
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Friday, November 23, 2007


Heartfelt gifts set the mood


Wine fits the bill
for a romantic gift

BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer

What makes a gift romantic?
Like beauty, many say, romance
is in the eye of the beholder.
"Everyone has a different idea of
what is romantic," said Jessica
Berry, editorial director of
Resplendence Publishing, pub-
lisher of online romance novels.
_ "I would say the one thing that
makes a gift romantic is the
amount of thought put into it," the
New Smyrna Beach resident said.
"Taking time to find out what
will touch your significant other's
heart," she said, "is the most
romantic act of all."
Chocolate, jewelry, flowers and
romantic get-aways all fit the bill,
but Pamela Simmons, owner of
Norwood's Restaurant and Wine
Shop in New Smyrna Beach, said
romance can come in a bottle of
fine wine.
Wine is romantic because it sets
the stage for romance and good
feelings, she said.


"People make memories with
wine," Ms. Simmons said.
Champagne is probably most
associated with romance and cele-
bration, she said. But sitting down
with any great glass of wine with
your significant other can't be
beat, she said.
Select a bottle from a region
you've visited to evoke memories
of a great trip, she said, or look for
something new to try for a quiet
dinner for two.
"That's what love is all about,"
she said.
Norwood's experts can help cus-
tomers select the perfect bottle to
fit any budget.
"We'll try 40 champagnes to pick
a $12 bottle to sell," Ms. Simmons
said.
"We do the guess work," she
said.
Whether you're selecting a bot-
tle of wine, a book or a bouquet of
flowers, be creative and select a
gift that is meaningful, experts say.
"It's hard to go wrong with gifts
that have a special significance or
that relate to special occasions to
a couple," Ms. Berry said.

Willard@hometownnewsol.corn


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Beverly Alvarez-Daly
staff photographer
Shaina Durham, hostess at Nor-
wood's Restaurant and Wine Shop
in New Smyrna Beach, suggests a
gift basket including a bottle of
wine as the perfect holiday gift.


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rituals.
Other services can also include 2 -3 hour."rituals,"
which can include mud baths, sea salt treatments
and full body massages.
Let's say your loved one doesn't like to be pam-
pered (still volatile you forgot) and you need another
plan.
Another nearby store that will be open Christmas
Eve is Unique Jewelry and Gift Design, located in the
River Gate Shopping Center at 152 S. Nova Road in
Ormond Beach.
"We will be open until 5 p.m. on Christmas Eve,"
owner Terrie Campbell said. "As far as great gift ideas
go, I have authentic replicas of Jackie Kennedy's jew-
elry. Each comes with a certificate of authenticity and
(all are) guaranteed for life."
In addition, Ms. Campbell boasts her trademark
"Umbag'" for a perfect last minute gift.
The "Umbag" is a handy purse that fits a full size
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necessities.
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Christmas parade
scheduled for Dec. 1

"A Small Town Christmas" is
the theme for this year's parade,
scheduled at 4 p.m., Saturday,
Dec. 1.
The annual Christmas parade
will begin at the Flagler Avenue
parking lot and travel west along
Flagler Avenue and the North
Causeway. The parade will go
south on Riverside Drive and
turn west on Canal Street, end-
ing at Orange Street.
Following the conclusion of
the parade, the boat parade will
proceed along Riverside Drive
and in front of the judge's stand
in Riverside Park.

Santa's house
open Dec. 3

Santa Claus' house will be
open from Dec. 3-21 at Christ-
mas Park at Canal Street and
Live Oak Street.
Children may visit and take a


picture with Santa Claus at
Santa Claus House in Christmas
Park.
Operating hours are available
by calling the Parks & Recreation
Department office at (386) 424-
2175.

Holiday Street Festival.
to be held on Canal

The Holiday Street Festival
will be held from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m., Saturday, Nov. 24, with
food, games and shopping.
Kids of all ages may scale the
rock wall or work through the
obstacle course and bounce
house. Horse-drawn carriage
rides will cost $5. Free entertain-
ment will be available on three
different stages from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m.
The Dance Team will perform
"A Nutcraker Medley" and mar-
tial arts performances from
three different studios, as well as
performances from belly
dancers, tap dancers, drill
teams, choruses and a female


barbershop quartet, will be fea-
tured.
Stations will be set up to take
blood pressure or have kids fin-
gerprinted, and nonprofit
organizations will have
fundraisers at center of Canal
Street.
Hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza,
pulled pork sandwiches, pasta
and meatballs, gator on a stick,
conch salad and Italian sausage
with peppers and onions will be
served. Fried dough, popcorn,
donuts, cotton candy, snow
cones, cannoli, cheesecake and
baked sales will satisfy the sweet
tooth.
Santa and Mrs. Claus will
arrive at 11 a.m. in an antique
fire truck and will visit until 3
p.m.
Participants will have a
chance to vote for the favorite
holiday window before 3:45
p.m. The windows being judged
are at Cole's across from the reg-
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Friday, November 23, 2007 HOMETOWN NEWS


Safety tips for holidays


'No men, makeup or mirrors'


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

The holiday season should be one
full of happiness and merriment.
However, it can be a season with the
potential for danger.
According to the U.S. Fire Admin-
istration, Christmas trees account
for. 200 fires annually, resulting in
deaths, injuries and more than $6
million in property damage.
Typically, shorts in electrical lights
or open flames from candles, lighters
or matches start tree fires.

A well-watered tree is one precau-
tion against fires. There are other
measures to take to safeguard the
family.
Keep Christmas trees away from
floor heaters, fireplaces, or other
heat sources.
*Use only UL-listed lights, and no
more than 3 strands linked together.
Choose miniature lights that have
cool-burning bulbs.
*Turn off the Christmas lights
when you leave the house or retire
for the night.
*Never use candles, even on artifi-
cial trees.
*Test all smoke detectors in the


home and replace batteries, if neces-
sary.
+Don't overload wall outlets or
extension cords.
*Monitor candles carefully. Only
light candles that are in sturdy con-
tainers.
*Extinguish candles prior to going
to bed.
*Fireplaces make for a cozy
Christmas scene. Remember to dis-
pose of fireplace ashes into a metal
container until cold.
*Carbon monoxide is an odorless
gas that can be deadly. Install at least
one carbon monoxide detector in
your home.
*Keep an operable fire extinguish-
er on each level of the home.


Women-only center
emphasizes fitness
BY ANITA BEVINS
Sports writer

The season of shopping is also the
season of feasting, stress and exhaus-
tion for many women. That can mean
weight gain, illness and a general loss
of holiday spirit.
But a little attention to diet and exer-
cise can mean a more enjoyable holi-
day season and less January guilt.
"Why weight?" Get Fit for Women
owner Debbie Robinson said. "Get a
good start on the holidays. I believe an
average of seven to eight pounds is
gained from Thanksgiving through
New Year's. If you started a program
now, you wouldn't have that weight to
lose afterwards."
True, you can foil the holiday heft
with the gift of fitness for yourself or
someone else. Many times, that gift is
a new piece of exercise equipment to
use at home, but Robinson has learned
that solitary workouts aren't the
answer for many people.
"I've been here six years and busi-
ness never increases in January," she


said. "People will get exercise equip-
ment and they have these great ideas.
Then they start hitting the gym
because they can't do it on their own."
Often times, women prefer not to
work out in traditional gym settings, so
Robinson offers a female-only environ-
ment.
"No men, no makeup, no mirrors I
came up with that idea. It is just what
they want," she said. "I have been
heavy all of my life. That is why the
business is called Get Fit, not Get Skin-
ny. I decided to put my money where
my mouth was, and that is why I am
here today."
Get Fit for Women offers weekly,
monthly, quarterly and yearly mem-
berships that can also be purchased as
gift certificates.
"The people who buy the gift certifi-
cates are husbands or significant oth-
ers of clients who are already here,
although I have had people buy certifi-
cates for family members who weren't
a member. I've sold Mothers Day cer-
tificates, but Christmas is when we get
the most gift certificate.business."
Get Fit has 1,000 square feet of work-

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HOMETOWN NEWS


Host a party, but get a designated driver


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

When deciding to throw a
party, many hosts do so to
mark a special occasion or cel-
ebrate a certain holiday. Holi-
days or landmark events, such
as anniversaries or gradua-
tions, already lend themselves
to a good time, creating a fes-
tive mood where guests and
hosts alike want to let loose.
Good food, a few drinks and
old friends only add to such
jovial moods. However, if hosts
and guests don't behave
responsibly, joyous occasions


can soon turn sour. When that
occurs, alcohol frequently is
to blame.
As hosts of a party, such a
turn events can prove espe-
cially damaging. Since most
states now have some form of
social host law, party hosts can
be held liable for whatever
happens to their guests or oth-
ers even after the guests leave
the party.
While every host wants their
guests to have a great time,
that can still be done safely by
sticking to some of the follow-
ing guidelines.


*Promote the use of a des-
ignated driver: Better than 50
percent of all traffic fatalities
around the holiday season are
alcohol-related.
But even if it's not the season
for egg nog and mistletoe, irre-
sponsible behavior at a party
can lead to disaster on the
highway.
If you're hosting a gathering
of couples, encourage car-
pooling where one person
remains sober to act as the
designated driver. In addition,
the hosts should always
remain sober, just in case


they're needed to drive people
home once the party is over.
*Offer more than just alco-
hol: At graduation or anniver-
sary celebrations, the best part
for most people isn't the free
alcohol, it's the chance to relax
and spend time with family
and friends.
Make non-alcoholic drinks,
such as soft drinks, juice or
water, just as available as alco-
holic drinks. Also, supply food
to your guests. While food
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File photo/Randy Barber
Toddlers Kasey and Alex Van Meter watch an antique train as it goes around a
Christmas tree during last year's Vintage Christmas Exhibit at the Halifax Histori-
cal Museum. The exhibit is sponsored annually with a special exhibit and decora-
tions reminiscent of holidays past.


alcohol, a full stomach often deters peo-
ple from drinking too much.
*Collect coats and keys at the start of
the party: Even if a couple has a desig-
nated driver, make it known you prefer
to collect coats and keys at the start of
the party. Just because someone says
they're going to act as a designated driver
doesn't mean they'll stick to their guns.
It's better to be safe than sorry. Make this
policy known before the party, too, as a
means of avoiding any unnecessary
problems once guests begin to arrive.
+Prepare an extra room: In the case
of someone who is not able to make it
home, have an extra room or two ready


so people won't feel as if they're impos-
ing by staying the night. Convincing a
friend or family member to stay the
night will prove a lot easier if you
already have a room ready.
*Keep things legal: Some hosts
have the tendency to let underage
kids have a drink or two at family
functions. This can set a dangerous
precedent and should be avoided.
Even beyond the legal ramifications,
it's important for underage kids to
know a party can be enjoyed without
alcohol.
Now, enjoy the holidays respon-
sibly!


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are all handmade by local artists. Ms.
Thornton and Ms. Norado said the
atmosphere makes people less nervous
about buying art.
"I think people feel 'what do I know
about art?'," Ms. Thornton .said. "But
you don't have to have a degree in art
history to know what you like or you
think someone else will like."
Ms. Norado said she especially likes.
gifts that, while being works of art, are
functional. For instance, TaDa Gallery


carries gemstone-embellished flatware
and soy candles with pottery burners.
"These are things you can get other
places, but not really," Ms. Thornton
said. "People love to get truly unique
gifts, it makes them feel special."
For more information on Zone
Gallery, go to www.zonegallery.com. For
more information on Galleria de Vitro,
Jonah's Cats Art Gallery and TaDa
Gallery, go to www.flaglerave.com.


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'Who, me? Play video games? But I'm too old!'


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BY RON SIMPSON
Founder of Play N Trade

Playing video games at 50? Or even
older? How can that be? Easier, more
fun and more beneficial to your mind
and body than you might think. As
video game consoles have evolved from
toys to sophisticated technologies, the
video game consumer demographic
has expanded beyond its original base
of kids and teenagers to include adults
- young and old alike.
The games you can play are based on
the type of console you have, like VHS
or Beta movies used to be. There is the
Nintendo Wii (pronounced wee) con-
sole, the Xbox 360 from Microsoft and
the PlayStation 3 (PS3) from Sony. Con-
sole prices range from $250 to $479,
and game prices start at around $70.
The Wii is in fact, very popular at
retirement communities around the
country, and is also being used by hos-
pitals and rehabilitation centers as an


integral part of assisting the recovery
efforts of stroke victims.
Because the Wii uses
human movement to
control video games
rather than just
button-pushing, it
is a huge hit with
people who have
never played games
before, and is also
why it is finding prac-
tical applications as
well.
The games played
on the Wii console
are traditional sports-
games very familiar
to the 50-and-over
generation: golf, tennis,
bowling, baseball and
boxing, and the move-
ments associated with each
of those sports are mimicked
by the players, using the con-
troller. No couch potatoes
allowed in these games play-
ers are required to get up and
actively participate and even
work up a sweat. The Interna-
tional Sports Sciences Associa-


tion has credited the Wii console games
as creating a fresh fitness wave called
"exertainment" and said that it is a
good thing for people of all ages.
For those who remember the rock
'n roll days of their youth, Guitar
Hero III or Rock Band is a great
game to play. This is played on
the PS3 or Xbox 360 console.
Rather than playing air guitar or
substituting household items
for instruments, the Guitar
Hero controller is a plastic gui-
tar that is used to play
along with your
favorite song, scor-
ing points for each
note correctly
played. Style points
are added for show-
manship, so you can still
show off your best rock
star moves. And the song
selections by bands from
< "back in the day" are sure to
make you feel young again.
For the more serious-minded,
there are "full mental training"
games such as Big Brain Academy,
which is played on a handheld
device called the DS, also made by


Playing video games can be
easier and more fun than you
might think And you can
impress your grandkids with
your cool new hobby.

Nintendo, that costs about $150. This
game includes a series of exercises that-
are designed to stimulate your mind
with problem-solving and creative
mental exercises, and claims that regu-
lar play can actually increase your IQ.
Or at least keep it from diminishing.
Business travelers will thoroughly
enjoy the PSP, also a handheld device,
made by Sony that costs about $170. In
addition to playing games, you can
watch movies and listen to music on
your PSP, making long plane rides or
airport waiting time much more pleas-
ant.
These are popular games for all age
groups, so be prepared to impress your
kids and grandkids with your hip new
hobby. Be the first on your block to start
playing video games and then invite all
of your friends over for some "good
times," as the kids say.


Keep personal safety in mind while shopping


FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

While the holidays can be a
joyous time for adults and
children alike, they may also
bring a smile to the face of
criminals. That's because
amid the excitement and
confusion of holiday shop-
ping and travel, many people
leave themselves susceptible
to theft. Willing thieves are
waiting in the wings to lighten
your holiday shopping load.
To ensure the holidays will
be as happy as possible and
not spoiled by criminals
lurking in the shadows,
consider these safety and
comfort tips.

Be alert and confident

Distraction and the
element of surprise are key
tactics in any. theft scheme.
Pickpockets' favorite places
for action are on crowded
lines, in elevators, on escala-
tors, and when going through
revolving doors. Always be


aware of your environment
and those around you. Do not
shop while talking on a cell
phone or while listening to
your MP3 player. Keep your
eyes and ears open and
project a confident and alert
posture.

Play it safe

There is safety in numbers,
so heading to the shopping
center with a group of friends
or family and sticking
together makes you less of a
target. If shopping after dark,
always parkyour car as close
to the entry of the store as
possible and find a spot that is
under a light so the car will be
visible and illuminated.

If you are bogged down by
tons of packages you may not
be able to react in the event of
a theft. Therefore, space out
shopping and deposit your
purchases in your car periodi-
cally to keep your hands free
as much as possible. Remem-


ber to keep gifts in the car out
of view, so a trunk is the best
place for storage.

Never flash your money
conspicuously and keep your
wallet or pocketbook close to-
your body at all times. If
you're paying with cash
primarily (keep in mind credit
and debit cards are safer), it is
wise to spread out the money
in different pockets or
locations on your person. This
way if you are robbed, you
won't be lifted of all of your
cash. Always protect your
credit and debit cards as well,
and be aware of those around
you when making with-
drawals from ATM machines.

Dress comfortably

Ensure your shopping
excursion is as enjoyable as
you can make it by dressing in
comfortable clothing and
shoes. Realize that it may be
warm in crowded malls, so
wear layers so that you can


peel off an outer jacket or
sweatshirt if you get warm.
Large winter coats can be
bulky and cumbersome to
carry, so consider leaving
them in the car or checking
them in if the store offers a
coat check.

You'll be on your feet as you
traverse the stores, so com-
fortable shoes are an absolute
must. A shopping trip can be
cut considerably short if the
person doing the shopping is
wearing the wrong shoes.

Safeguard children

In busy stores it is easy for a
child to become separated
from a parent. Teach your
children to go to a store clerk
or security guard if they ever
get separated from you in a
store, and be sure they know
their first and last name so
they can tell someone who
they are.


Holiday



tipping

FOR HOMETOWN NEWS

You may have checked your holiday
list twice, but there maybe some peo-
ple you're forgetting to recognize.
These are the people who provide you
a regular service throughout the year
- ones who would appreciate a year-
end holiday gratuity.
Certain people should be tipped
because you are grateful for their level
of service throughout the year,
including newspaper deliverers, styl-
ists, babysitters, etc. Others can be
"strategically" tipped to ensure your
service or interaction remains top-
notch, including building superin-
tendents. doormen, or the maitre d'
at a restaurant you frequent.
According to etiquette experts, a
gratuity of $10 to $30 for most service
people is adequate. If you use a day
care center, consider $10 to $70 plus a
small gift from the child.
For the "strategic tips," $20 to $100
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Want to get great gifts and avoid crowds? Shop local


Y JEANNE WILLARD
'aff writer


If you're already making a list and
checking it twice, you're probably
ahead of the holiday shopping sea-
:.) which officially kicks off today.
Although many will head out to the
ialls, there are plenty of unique shops
nd gift ideas in the local area.
If you're looking to give an experi-
ace, instead of something that may
)llect dust in a closet, head out to
rackerr Creek Canoeing and select a
ft certificate towards a pontoon boat
-o-tour or canoe and kayak rentals
long Spruce Creek.
For model train enthusiasts, Round-
ouse South in South Daytona is a great
lace to shop.
.-Popular gift ideas include Polar
express or Harry Potter train sets, said
ohn Lee, sales associate. The store also
-lls accessories for train layouts and
outdoor train sets.
If you're in the market for bling, Hal-
ron's Fine Jewelry & Gifts, LaBosco Jew-
ry Castle, Gateway Jewelers and Aaron
ilman Jewelers in Port Orange are local
ivorites.
"Pearls are very popular again," said
iebbie Eichenblatt, manager of Hal-


stons, and diamond pendants are in
demand this season.
Head to Daytona Beach Shores to find
the perfect gift for surfers at MadDog
Surf Shop.
Good choices include sunglasses,
wetsuits or surfboards, said Nathan
Crouch, employee.
Outdoor lovers will appreciate the
large selection of kayaks, skateboards
and snowboards at Sandy Point Pro-
gressive Sports in South Daytona.
Stock up on holiday spirits at the
Wine Warehouse or WineStyles in Port
Orange.
Fresh flowers add a festive touch to
the holiday table, but don't just think
flower bouquets, said Mary Foster,
owner of Mary's Flower Shoppe.
"We have all kinds of singing bears,"
she said. The bears can be added to cus-
tom gift baskets or floral arrangements,
she said. The store also carries fresh
wreaths and greenery for the holidays,
she said.
If you're looking for a one-stop shop-
ping destination, Target and Wal-Mart
are good choices.
No matter what's on your list you're
likely to find it close to home this year.
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mons (center) and Freida Carney, admire the homemade chocolate candy available at
Fishermen's Chocolate in South Daytona. The store sells chocolate, fudge and nostalgic
candies.


Ah, sweet romance


Chocolate is ideal
romantic gift
for some; others
prefer diamonds
BY JEANNE WILLARD
Staff writer
Like beauty, romance is in the eye
of the beholder, many lovers say.
"Everyone has a different idea of
what is romantic," said Jessica
Berry, editorial director of Resplen-
dence Publishing, publisher of
online romance novels.
"I would say the one thing that
makes a gift romantic is the
amount of thought put into it," she
said.
"Taking time to find out what will
touch your significant other's heart
is the most romantic act of all."
Penny Thompson, owner of Fish-
erman's Chocolates in South Day-
tona agreed.
"Everyone associates chocolate
with love," she said, but it's the care
taken to select something unique


that makes a gift special.
At her store located at 2800 S.
Nova Road, South Daytona, cus-
tomers can select a chocolate
heart-shaped box and fill it with
unique home-made candies or per-
haps a piece of jewelry, or put
together a "basketful of love," she
said.
Ms. Thompson doesn't sell pre-
packaged chocolates, she said,
allowing customers to select a
unique assortment.
One of her customers ordered a
chocolate box and placed one
Gummi candy in the center for his
wife. It had to do with the couple's
relationship, she said.
A gift like that can bring back a
memory of a special place or day,
she said.
If you are thinking about setting
the stage for romance, don't forget
to set the mood, said Frances
Choyce, manager of Wicks 'n' Sticks
at the Volusia Mall.
"You can create a romantic mood
with candles," she said.
The store offers many candles in
a variety of fragrances to chose
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BY BETHANY CHAMBERS
Staff writer
For two years, Judi Lents has worked as
a sales consultant at Pelican's Landing Gift
Shop at Ponce Inlet, spending her own
hard-earned cash on little decorative
touches for the beach-themed rooms in
her house.
This year, though, she said, she'd really
like to receive a gift card for a succulent
seafood dinner at Inlet Harbor Restaurant
next door.
"We've had a lot of kids calling down for
gift cards for their parents," she said. "I'd
like my kids to do that for me sometime!"
As a sales consultant, though, she also
sees the value of a one-of-a-kind gift, she
said.
"We have a lot of unique pieces, such as
beach frames and decorative signs," she
said.
"We get both people coming down for
Thanksgiving who are buying stuff to take
back and locals who like to decorate with
beach-type items, like shells and dol-
phins."
The epic battle over whether to buy
friends, family and acquaintances person-
alized gifts or functional gift cards is
waged every holiday season.


Randy Barber/staff photographer
unique gifts ideas at Inlet Harbor's Gift




-Yes or no?

For the third year in a row, the projected
winner is the former underdog, the gift
card.
According to the National Retail Federa-
tion, for the fourth year in a row, the
majority of people surveyed said they
would choose a gift card over a gift.
Furthermore, this holiday season the
NRF projects that the average consumer
will purchase 4 gift cards with an average
of $40 on each.
"What was once a last minute purchase
and seen as impersonal is now a great way
to give a gift that someone will absolutely
get value out of," NRF spokeswoman
Kathy Grannis said.
Due to the increasing interest in gift
cards and increasing incidences of
fraud the NRF has devised a list of 10
tips for buying gift cards, available on their
Web site at www.nrf.com.
Most important among these, Ms.
Grannis said: Never buy a gift card
through an online auction site, since
many of these are unusable.
Ms. Grannis said as the popularity of gift
cards has increased, so has the availability.
"Gift cards are no longer specific to large
retailers," she said. "Many small retailers
are offering the convenience and efficien-


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BY ANITA BEVINS "
Sports writer

You can only fit so many novelty
tees and towels into a golf bag before
the pockets bulge. So if you have a
sports nut on your shopping list,
here's a rundown of some untradi-
tional gifts to last through 12 days of
giving. Chances are you won't need
to keep the receipts.

On the first day
Speed Park Motorsports offers
karting specials for groups and will
even cater a party. Buy an hour of
speed for one or book for 15.
www.speedparkdaytona.com

On the second day
Baseball season Istarts in about
five months. Why wait? Tuck season
tickets for the Daytona Cubs into a
glove, or be traditional and stuff
them into the stocking.
If you need something more
immediate, spring training is just
around the comer. You can plan a
trip to one of the Major League
Baseball spring training facilities in
Florida.
www.daytonacubs.com


On the third day
Green is the color of the season, so
give some. A day of golf at any of
East Volusia's 14 greens will stir up
some goodwill among your golf fans.
www.golfdaytonabeach.com/cours
es.cftn
On the fourth day
High schools, colleges and even
middle schools put on some quality
games. Spring for tickets to a holi-
day classic tournament by calling a
local high school or check out the
college schedules on-line.
www.bccathletics.cstv.com/ or
www.go.dbc.edu/athletics/main.htm
I or www.daytona.embryriddle-
sports.com

On the fifth day
Volusia County is a bicycle's
dream. Flat roads, firm sand beach-
es (in places) and pleasant winter
temperatures are perfect for long
treks or short rides to the ice cream
parlor. Lessons are not generally
required, but the cyclist on your list
may appreciate a membership to
the Daytona Beach Bicycle Club.
www.geocities.com/dthigdon/day-
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HOMETOWN NEWS

Ed Williams of Port Orange
drives the ball off the tee
during a game on the
Champions Course at LPGA
in Daytona Beach.




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Friday, November 23, 2007


Gifts that'll keep your loved ones entertained


These 'new media' gifts
keep giving all year long

BY STEPHANIE DIXON-
Entertainment writer

Xbox 360, iPod and MP3 may look like
a bunch of letters and number squeezed
together, but they happen to be the
hottest entertainment gifts this season.
Here's a manual to help you sift
through the digits:
*Xbox 360 is a video game system.
Costing close to $400, this is definitely a
splurge, also considering that accompa-
nying games cost an additional $40 to
$60.
*Wii is another video game system,
but is more interactive and requires
body movement. Costing $250, games
allow players to actually swing a cyber
golf club or a baseball bat and toss a
cyber bowling ball. If you're not a big fan
of your children looking like zombies in
front of the TV, maybe this is a good
compromise.
An employee at Game Stop in Port
Orange said Super Mario Galaxy and
Resident Evil are expected to be the
most popular games.


*Other options
for more interac-
tive games
include "Guitar
Hero" and "Dance
Dance Revolu-
tion." Both games
require a Play Sta-
tion game system,
and both games
get kids off the
couch.
*If music gets ; v, ,-
your friend or f ,. _
family member
moving, consider ---
purchasing an
iPod,. which seem
to get smaller and
smaller each year
and yet has more
memory. Figure
that one out.
There are four
different iPods to choose from: the shuf-
fle, nano, classic and touch. The differ-
ences lie in their price and capabilities.
Employees at Game Stop advise par-
ents to purchase these gifts early. In
some cases, such as with the Wii, the
products don't stay on the shelves too
long.


"It's kinda like
the Tickle Me
Elmo phenome-
na," said a Game
Stop employee.
: '"^^ ^ "People just
really never
stopped buying
'- the Wii."
At the Port
I Orange Game
Stop location,
Wii only can be
pre-ordered.
"'3\ *While many of
these products
cost a pretty
penny, you don't
have to spend a
lot to have fun.
"A lot of our
product is used,
and I know peo-
ple don't want to
buy a used game for someone for
Christmas," said a Game Stop employ-
ee, "So, gift cards are always good."
Also, remember the games of yester-
year? Board games? There are plenty of
classic games still available at toy stores.
My family's favorite game is Clue, the
murder mystery, and Monopoly is


always a sure thing. Some games have
even joined the 21st century by having a
DVD accompaniment and online ver-
sions.
If you ask me, there's no better way to
spend time with your family than in
friendly competition. And isn't that
what the holidays are all about? Spend-
ing time with the ones you love, laugh-
ing, drinking, eating and being crushed
when you land on Uncle Ralph's Park
Place with three hotels.
For the art lover on your shopping list,
how about a subscription to the Little
Theatre of New Smyrna Beach's winter
season?
To order tickets or for further informa-
tion, call (386) 423-1246 or visit the Web site
atwww.NsbPlayers.org.
Here's a chance to give a gift that keeps
on giving, year round.
Another option is to purchase tickets to
the upcoming Daytona Beach Interna-
tional Festival. The event opens Dec. 4
with the ensemble Dallas Brass. To buy a
ticket package, call (386) 257-7790 or visit
the Web site atwww.dbif.com.
Who says good things come in small
packages? This year, think outside the box
and give a gift that your family and friends
can enjoy all year long.


Beau Staton and
Sydney Staton
talk with Santa
Claus about what
they want for
Christmas during
a trip to the mall
last year.

File photo
Randy Barber


It's beginning to look


a lot like Christmas...


Sugar Mill Gardens
to host Christmas
event Nov. 25
The fifth annual
Christmas in the Gar-
dens will be held from
noon to 3 p.m., Sunday,
Nov. 25, at Sugar Mill
Gardens, 950 Old Sugar
Mill Road, Port Orange.
Gifts for Christmas,
tours, refreshments and


plants will be featured.
Garden clubs, plant
societies, artists, pho-
tographers and various
vendors will attend.
There is no admission;
donations are welcome.

City to host events

An Arts and Crafts
Show will be held from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Satur-
day, Dec. 1, at City Cer'-


ter in Port Orange.
A tree-lighting cere-
mony and community
choir performance will
take place at 6 p.m. at
City Center Amphithe-
ater in Port Orange.
The 30th annual
Christmas parade will
start at 2 p.m., Sunday,
Dec. 2, at Jackson Street
and travel east on Dun-
lawton Avenue to
Lafayette.


Cards
From page B4


cy of gift cards."
Many consumers associate gift cards
with big box stores like Wal-Mart and
Best Buy, where a prohibitive number of
choices are available.
But gift cards are also a viable alterna-
tive for niche markets and unique experi-
ences.
Justin Willis, store manager at Salty
Dog Surf Shop on South Atlantic Avenue,
said the holiday season tends to bring in "a
different type of clientele," namely, those
unknowledgeable about the store's prod-
ucts buying for the avid surfer or skate-
boarder.
"We get a lot of parents. We just try to
plod people through the store to see what
they think is best," he said. "We'll try to
direct them to the gifts most popular to
people in certain age groups."
The store also offers those can't-go-
wrong gifts that are perfect for any age
group. The store's sandals, watches and
sunglasses, for example, are all 25 per-
cent off through Dec. 30, Mr.Willis said.
In some cases you just have to give a
gift card. At Speed Park Motorsports in
Daytona Beach, a $20 gift card will buy a
go-kart fanatic two hours on any of the
complexes three tracks.
Marketing director Michael Evans said
these gifts are often purchased by grand-
parents who want a gift that gives a child


freedom.
"It allows the kids to come up and do
whatever they want," he said. "They can
buy tokens for the arcade or wristbands
for the go-kart and dragster rides."
On the other hand, sometimes a gift is
the only answer for those who think
they have everything already.
The Daytona -Beach Candle Gallery at
Ocean Walk Shoppes sells three-dimen-
sional votive candles. Though the store
does not sell gift cards, many candles
are personalized and all are unique,
owner Stacey Boggess-Cruze said.
"People will see us creating the art-
work and come in for the experience,"
she said. "They'll buy one for them-
selves, and then see something on the
shelf that reminds them of someone
else."
The seasonal best-sellers which can
also be found at a Volusia Mall kiosk -
include "whimsical" Santa and Star of
David candles. The store also sells
perennial favorites, such as the soaring
dolphin and lighthouse candles.
"There are hardly any pieces that are
handcrafted anymore," Ms. Boggess-
Cruze said. "If you're interested in art,
you'll realize this is not only beautiful, but
it has function."

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From page B3
from, along with a large assortment of
collectibles, she said.
Those looking for a romantic get-
away need look no further than The
Shores Resort and Spa in Daytona
Beach Shores.
The resort features get-away pack-
ages with names such as 'An Affair to
Remember," "Prelude to a Kiss," "Pop
the Question Already," and "Mancation
Golf Package'" that would fit the bill.
These romantic interludes can
include champagne, chocolate-cov-
ered strawberries, breakfast in bed or a
spa treatment, said Tracey Lyon-Mer-
cado, marketing manager.
For a true indulgence, the hotel
offers a private cabana dining experi-
ence featuring champagne and a five-
course dinner in a romantic setting
overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, she
said.
Nothing says romance quite like dia-
'monds, said Aaron Kilman, owner of
the Port Orange jewelry store that
bears his name.
The store, located at 3761 Nova
Road, Port Orange, is the only local
retailer selling Hearts on Fire dia-
monds, he said, the world's finest cut
diamonds.
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and beauty of a diamond, the cut is
crucial, he said.
The diamonds are cut and polished
at a magnification exceeding industry
standards, he said.
"No diamond is as pretty as a Hearts
on Fire diamond," he said. It's got the
"wow" factor, he said.
The store carries jewelry items from
$20 to $12,000, to meet every budget,
he said.
Ginger Klem, owner of WineStyle,
said a bottle of wine is the perfect
romantic gift.
What could be more romantic than
to "slow down and enjoy a glass with
someone you care about," she said.
When you take time to savor a glass
of wine you'll discover chocolate and
honeysuckle overtones, all evocative of
romance, she said.
WineStyle features wine sold by the
bottle and offers a weekly wine tasting.
Be creative and select meaningful
gifts, experts say.
Something a simple as dinner at the
restaurant where a couple had their
first date or a piece of Hawaiian jewelry
to signify a beautiful honeymoon will
evoke romance, Ms. Berry said.
"It's hard to go wrong with gifts that
have a special significance or that
relate to special occasions to a couple."


Fun
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tonabikeclubl

On the sixth day
Running doesn't require a lot of elab-
orate gear, just some good shoes and
socks and comfortable clothes. Once
you outfit the runners in your life, give
them a chance to show their stuff by
paying entry fees to a couple of road
races. Local races raise money for char-
ity and give runners a chance to com-
pete.
www.daytonaareagrandprix.com

On the seventh day
Swimming is one of the best cardio
workouts available. But to avoid red
eyes and embarrassing wardrobe mal-
functions, swimmers need quality suits
and goggles. They also need a place to
swim. Give a membership to the
Ormond, Port Orange or Southeast
VolusiaYMCA.
www.daytonaymca.org

On the eighth day
Shopping burns calories, but proba-
bly not enough to offset holiday binges.
Buy your sweet-loving sweetie a health
club membership or splurge on a few
sessions with a personal trainer.
www.centralfloridapersonaltrainers.c
om


On the ninth day
Replace the craving for sugarplums
with a treat of some tasty waves. Hang
some twinkling lights on a surfboard
and include some how-to lessons.
www.daytonasurfingschool.com or
www.floridasurflessons.corn

On the tenth day
Have a fishing aficionado with no
fins or fast boat? Book a charter.
www.floridasmart.com/local/coun-
ties/volusia/sports fishing. htm

On the eleventh day
"Olive the Other Reindeer" probably
won't be center stage, but a pack of
graceful greyhounds can be just as
festive. Put a little on the trifecta, kiss
the ticket for luck and deposit it inside
a holiday card.
www.dbkennelclub.com

On the twelfth day
Race tickets. For the big one. The
50th running of the Daytona 500 in
February is one of the hottest tickets
for sports fans nationwide. Set up
your speed freak with access to all of
the events at the Daytona Interna-
tional Speedway in February.
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